Pay Per Head Agents Should Still Pay Attention To NHL Futures

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Jan/04/2018

We’re at the midway point of the 2017-2018 NHL Futures. Even though NFL Playoffs are about to go underway, now is not the time for pay per head agents to refrain from paying attention to NHL Futures. 

2018 Stanley Cup Odds

Tampa Bay Lightning             +500

Toronto Maple Leafs             +1000

St. Louis Blues                                    +1200

Nashville Predators                 +1200

Vegas Golden Knights                        +1200

L.A. Kings                              +1200

Columbus Blue Jackets                       +1400

 

Everything is going right for the Tampa Bay Lightning. Last season, Tampa’s best player, Steven Stamkos, wasn’t healthy enough to lead the Lightning back to the Stanley Cup.

This season, Stamkos is as determined as everyone else on Tampa’s team to garner a Stanley Cup win.

The Toronto Maple Leafs might finally make an appearance in the Stanley Cup. The Leafs boast one of the great young players in NHL, Auston Matthews.

The St. Louis Blues have one of the very best defenses in NHL. Nashville, another Central Division team, won the Western Conference last season. The Kings are a viable contender while Columbus continues to get better and better.

The most interesting team on the list are the Vegas Golden Knights. The Knights are an expansion team. As of Jan. 3, the Knights have a 17-2-0-1 record at home. That’s flat out amazing.

What’s almost equally impressive is that Vegas has a winning road record at 10-7-0-1.

Vegas was a +20000 dog to win the Stanley Cup before the season started. Obviously, the Golden Knights are hot to win the Cup in their first season as an NHL Team.

How To Manage Stanley Cup Wagering

Set individual player max betting limits – This might be the most important aspect of managing all future betting, not just Stanley Cup future betting.

Set individual player limits on Stanley Cup Futures. Agents can do this via instruments like the mass editing tool, which they can find on the PayPerHead.com site.

The total set should be around $200. What an individual player max betting limit means if it’s $200 is that players can bet up to $200 any way they wish on Stanley Cup Futures. However, $200 is the max.

Individual player limits can go a long way to managing Stanley Cup Future betting. Also, pay per head agents shouldn’t be afraid to take a team off the board.

As an example, if an agent has accepted too much action on the Kings at +1200, they should simply take the Kings off the board.

If a pay per head agent hasn’t joined PayPerHead.com, there’s no better time than now. Their industry-leading tools and features will help agents manage the sportsbooks so they can focus on other aspects of their business.

Currently, PayPerHead is offering their Prime Package for just $10 per head. It’s just in time to manage the NHL Futures, and with Super Bowl LII approaching fast, they’re going to want to learn more about the offer.

So, learn more and get the Prime Package for just $10 per head. 

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