Play good power plays like the Lightning and Avalanche in the NHL player props market
How do you break down the props market in the NHL? Well, this isn’t quite a “system,” but it’s not far off and in development. Take two games a night. With teams that have outstanding power plays to start the season. Take powerplay point props for three guys in each game but only play guys that are +200 or better. The thinking here is if you can get one guy out of that game, let’s say you play in one unit on each player, three units, and it’s two to one. You win one, you’ve won two units. Then you’re kind of in a free roll situation for the other two. Then if you can get the next one, you’re in the plus money. Last night out of playing six, hit two out of six players but ended up with a plus one unit profit because the guys that hit were 3-1, was +300, and the second one +280. So those two wins allowed the other picks to be kind of freeroll. And then if we can get more, we really start to get into some profits. The power-play points props are where to look right now. Few good options tonight in Tampa as their power play is always very good and Colorado against LA. You want to take the good power plays, and you want to try to maximize some profits out of them.
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