You like the Blues chances to advance

Ask any fans of Ice Hockey what they love most about the game and you will more than likely come away with a different answer each time. For some the most important part of the game is the sense of community that is built around their support of a favourite team; going to see matches and feeling like part of the family is one of the most popular parts of any team sport. For other people the passion is all in the game itself and all the statistics and information that go along with it. For a lot of people there is just one reason that they enjoy the game and that is the thrill of winning a bet placed.

As with any sport, it’s a very different experience if the team you are rooting for manage to pull off a big win. It’s even more exciting for the fanatical spectator when there is money riding on the outcome of the game. So many people put bets on the results of matches like this that it’s become one of the most notable reasons why people get so interested in sport in the first place. Gambling is an age old past-time and sports betting is one element of a variety of gambling forms now freely available on the web. Casinos and online betting sites such as Betfair’s betting odds are another form of gaming transferred online and online casino games incorporate sports themes such as ice hockey, football and tennis, as well as online game spreads and more!

However, whilst casino remains an incredibly popular form of gambling, betting on ice hockey is a particularly good sport to put bets on because of how unpredictable it can be. Not only are there strategies and techniques like any other team game, but there is the added attraction of it being one of the most fast paced and brutal contact sports around today. This makes it one of the most exciting games to bet on and it will ensure that Ice Hockey doesn’t go out of style any time soon.

About Laura Astorian

Laura Astorian is the head editor for the SB Nation blog St. Louis Game Time and has been a Blues fan from childhood. She promises that any anti-Blackhawks bias will be left at the door. Maybe.