Complete betting preview for the NHL 60-Minute (Three-way line) Betting. Get the latest odds, analysis, and free NHL betting predictions.
A 60 minute line is a bet similar to the moneyline, but includes only the result at the end of 3 periods and thus includes the tie option. If Toronto is playing New Jersey, bettors can bet on Toronto to win in 60 minutes, New Jersey to win in 60 minutes, or the tie at the end of 60 minutes.
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The 60 minute line is a wager similar to the moneyline, but only includes the result at the end of three periods, which allows for a tie. If the Pittsburgh Penguins are playing the Washington Capitals, NHL bettors can wager on the Pens to win in 60 minutes, the Caps to win in 60 minutes, or a tie at the end of regulation (60 minutes).
However, many sportsbooks will also offer 60-minute lines, which introduces a third moneyline outcome: the tie. Often, if you like the favorite in a hockey game, you can find better odds on a 60-minute (or three-way) line. For example, if the Blues are favored with -175 moneyline odds, they may only be -135 on a 60-minute basis.
Bettors who like the underdog Canadiens would win $170 on a $100 bet. Three-way moneyline explained (60-minute bets)
A 60-minute line, or three-way market, is a bet that doesn’t include overtime, so there are three possible outcomes: a visitor win, a home win, or a tie. If you’re looking to bet hockey ties ...
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