|Flames||PK||-185||5 1/2 un||-150|
For hockey betting purposes you can bet on the money line of the team to win. If you want the Flames to win the game, you would have to lay $185 to win $100. If you want the Lightning to win, you would lay $100 to win $165.
On the total, if you want the total under 5 ½ you have to lay $150 to win $100. If you want the over 5 ½ you lay $100 to win $130.
|Flames||-1/2||-125||5 1/2 un||-150|
In this case, if you want the Flames to win the game, you would have to lay ½ goal and the return on a $100 bet would be $125. If you want the Lightning you get plus ½ goal but you lay $145 to win $100.
The payouts on parlays would be calculated by the computer system on the different money lines for the teams involved in your parlay (just like baseball).
The payouts vary depending on whether you have favorites, underdogs, or a combination thereof.
A game must go 55 minutes to be considered official on both sides and totals. Any overtime scoring counts toward the side and total.
For hockey betting purposes, if the game is tied at the end of regulation and overtime, the result of the winner of the SHOOTOUT will be given one goal.
For example: at the end of overtime the game is tied at 2-2, then whoever wins the shootout will be declared the winner and the final score will be 3-2.
For over/under purposes the final result will be as stated above. With the winner of the shootout given one goal only.
If you have any questions regarding the final score of a hockey game please ask to speak with a manager.
All proposition bets include overtime or any type of play extension.
Management reserves the right to determine the final outcome on all proposition bets.