Live NHL Odds at Canadian Online Sportsbooks

Online NHL betting is steamrolling into every Canadian province like Wendel Clark crashing the net and Canadians can bet on the NHL like never before.

Individual NHL game odds, NHL futures odds, NHL prop bets and more change the hockey betting landscape entirely, with hundreds of new NHL odds available every day—not to mention odds for the NHL Playoffs and Stanley Cup.

Check below for the latest NHL odds direct from legal Canadian online sportsbooks; plus, find the latest NHL betting trends.

NHL live odds

See below for the latest NHL moneylines, puck lines and totals plus odds on the Stanley Cup. Use the drop-down menu on Tab 2 to see odds for every team to win their conference or division, odds for top players to win end-of-season awards, including Hart Trophy odds, Art Ross odds, plus seasonal futures odds like team win totals.

Canadian NHL Team odds

There are seven Canadian teams in the NHL, and each has a diehard fan base ready to turn bettors. Here’s a look at the seven Canadian teams in the NHL and the latest game odds and futures odds for each:

Toronto Maple Leafs

  • Founded: 1917
  • Location: Toronto, Ontario
  • Owner: Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment (Larry Tanenbaum, Chairman)
  • Home arena: Scotiabank Arena
  • Stanley Cups: 13 – last in 1966-67
  • Retired numbers: 13 numbers for 19 platers, last for Mats Sundin in 2012
  • Career points leader: Mats Sundin – 987
  • Career wins leader: Turk Broda – 302

In the Original Six days, the Leafs were regular contenders. Since then, the club hasn’t been able to get over the hump. The club was regularly in the postseason for decades, but the bottom fell out with a lengthy drought following the turn of the century. Things are now back on track in Toronto as the franchise continues to hunt for an elusive cup.

Montreal Canadiens

  • Founded: 1909
  • Home arena: Bell Centre
  • Stanley Cups: 24 – last in 1992-93
  • Retired numbers: 15 numbers for 18 players, last for Guy Lapointe in 2014
  • Career points leader: Guy Lafleur – 1,246
  • Career wins leader: Carey Price – 353

One of the most iconic franchises in all of professional sports has a history that spans more than a century. From 1964-65 through 1978-79, the club won the Stanley Cup an astonishing 10 times in 15 seasons. While the dynasty days may be over, the Habs continue to be a signature NHL franchise.

Edmonton Oilers

  • Founded: 1972
  • Home arena: Rogers Place
  • Stanley Cups: 5 – last in 1989-90
  • Retired numbers: 7 – last for Glenn Anderson in 2009
  • Career points leader: Wayne Gretzky – 1,669
  • Career wins leader: Grant Fuhr – 226

After entering the NHL as an expansion team from the WHA in 1979-80, the Oilers proceeded to become one of the most dominant forces in professional hockey history. Still, the team hasn’t been able to recapture the magic of its glorious 1980s when they appeared in the Stanley Cup finals six times in eight seasons.

Vancouver Canucks

  • Founded: 1970
  • Home arena: Rogers Arena
  • Stanley Cups: None
  • Retired numbers: 6 – last for Daniel and Henrik Sedin in 2020
  • Career points leader: Henrik Sedin  – 1,070
  • Career wins leader: Roberto Luongo – 252

The roots of the Canucks stretch all the way back to 1945 when the team began play in the Pacific Coast Hockey League. Since entering the NHL in 1970-71, the club has made it to the postseason 28 times. Vancouver has been to the Stanley Cup Finals three times, coming up short each time.

Ottawa Senators

  • Founded: 1992
  • Home arena: Canadian Tire Centre
  • Stanley Cups: None
  • Retired numbers: 3 – last for Chris Phillips in 2020
  • Career points leader: Daniel Alfredsson – 1,108
  • Career wins leader: Craig Anderson  – 202

An NHL expansion franchise in 1992, the Senators haven’t been able to match the performance of the original incarnation of the Ottawa team, which played in the league from 1917-34. The club has made it to the Stanley Cup Finals once, losing to the Anaheim Ducks in five games in 2006-07.

Winnipeg Jets

  • Founded: 1999 as Atlanta Thrashers, moved to Winnipeg in 2011
  • Home arena: Bell MTS Place
  • Stanley Cups: None
  • Retired numbers: None, eight in team hall-of-fame
  • Career points leader: Blake Wheeler  – 651
  • Career wins leader: Connor Hellebuyck – 169

The first edition of the Jets lasted from 1972-96 before the team was transplanted to Arizona. The NHL returned to Manitoba in 2011, and the Jets were reborn. The club has made it to the postseason three seasons in a row and has a promising core in place, so it’ll be interesting to see what develops.

Calgary Flames

  • Founded: 1972
  • Home arena: Scotiabank Saddledome
  • Stanley Cups: 1 – 1988-89
  • Retired numbers: 3 – last for Jarome Iginla in 2019
  • Career points leader: Jarome Iginla – 1,095
  • Career wins leader: Miikka Kiprusoff – 305

Following a rough patch of no playoffs from 2009-10 through 2013-14, the Flames have made it to the postseason in four of the last six seasons. Since relocating from Atlanta prior to the 1980-81 campaign, the team has made a total of 24 appearances in the NHL Playoffs, making the Stanley Cup Finals three times and winning it all once.

NHL betting trends & stats

Injuries and roster changes impact winning. Staying ahead of this info is paramount to NHL betting success. You’ll need all the latest news and information about the NHL to make your hockey bets successful.

Here’s a selection of key NHL betting tips, trends, and information you can use to help guide your NHL bets.

How to bet on the NHL online in Canada

Getting started betting on the NHL online in Canada is a simple and easy, three-step process you can do with your phone in just a few minutes:

First, download and install an online sports betting app. Click on one of our links to go right to a sportsbook available in your province and look for the download link for iOS or Android phones. Android users may also be required to allow installations from outside sources in their settings. If you don’t have geolocation services on your device, you have to get it.

Other than that, downloading and installing a sports betting app should take only a minute or two.

Next, you need to sign up for a betting account. Fortunately, you can do it on the app you just downloaded and installed. Simply click the sign-up tab and fill out the registration form with a little personal and account information. Don’t worry: it won’t go much more in-depth than your name, email address and phone number to verify you’re of legal age to bet on sports.

Finally, you have to make a deposit into that account, so you have some money to bet with. You can also do that on the app using any one of the available deposit methods, including debit cards or major credit cards. Most deposits take just seconds, and you’ll be ready to browse through the NHL betting markets in no time at all.

Best NHL betting app

BetMGM inked a multi-year marketing and data agreement to become the NHL’s official sports betting partner in 2018. The deal gives MGM access to official league data and intellectual property. These two things take BetMGM’s in-play NHL betting to new heights, making the BetMGM Canada app the best one for NHL betting.

A risk-free first bet of up to $600 (as a welcome bonus) takes BetMGM over the top. BetMGM is also known for its ongoing NHL betting promos, including various odds boosts and a deposit bonus surrounding the start of the NHL season. Add in the huge selection of NHL prop bets, futures, and in-game and pregame NHL markets, and it becomes clear why BetMGM is among the best apps for betting on hockey.

NHL betting tips & best bets

There’s no secret to success when it comes to betting on the NHL. Good research gets results. Taking a long hard look at the teams, players, and betting lines on any game will lead to success. Other than simply getting lucky, there’s no other way to do it.

Those that find consistent success betting on the NHL do the work required. Start your path toward NHL betting success with How to Bet on the NHL online. It includes a list of the best bets for beginners, some NHL betting tips and trends, plus sportsbook rules for hockey betting.

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