Betonline is saying overtime is included for hockey unless there is a 3 way line listed. So the lines I listed above are international hockey and do include overtime.
Betting markets are based on scheduled 3 x 20 minute periods plus overtime/shootouts unless otherwise stated. All bets include overtime/shootouts unless otherwise stated. If play is suspended before the complete game time has been reached, all wagers on the event will have no action.
Most international hockey does not include OT. Back in college would start my breakfast off with a nice Russian hockey match. Guess the rules have changed since then.
Most ML bets include overtime if both teams remain tied after three periods. In the ML example above, bettors taking the favorite Leafs at -200 would need to wager $200 to win $100.
Betting on the game period spread, moneyline, or total (over/under) include any overtime scoring. Half-time (2nd Half) betting includes any overtime scores. Fourth Quarter betting does NOT include overtime scores.
In Live Action Hockey betting, wagering is based on regulation time only for sides and totals, not including overtime unless otherwise stated in the wager details. Puck Line Betting Puck Lines wagers are where one team has a spread of -1.5, and the other team conversely has a spread of +1.5, each with their respective odds attached.
Is the value in betting to include overtime or not? – There are two main ways to bet on hockey. You can bet on the outcome of the game in regulation time only, or you can bet on the final outcome of the game whether it is decided in regulation, overtime, or the shootout. The lines move independently of each other based on how people are betting.
When betting on the point spread, it should be known that the point spread does include overtime. This means that even though the teams were tied at the end of regulation, the score at the end of overtime is what will dictate the fate of the bet. Betting on the point spread is also very well liked due to how easy it is to understand.