Hockey Betting Rules

Stanley Cup Sports Betting

Stanley Cup Rules

As Ice hockey began gained popularity in the 1800’s, the newly appointed Governor general of Canada, Frederick Stanley – Lord Stanley of Preston, became an avid fan of the game. His sons and daughters became involved in the sport and its fast evolution. Seeing the lack of a solitary challenge for all the teams in the Dominion of Canada to compete for, Lord Stanley purchased a decorative bowl that he donated as the challenge cup trophy to the top amateur hockey team in Canada.

These were the rules he sent along with the cup:

1. The winners shall return the Cup in good order when required by the trustees so that it may be handed over to any other team which may win it.

2. Each winning team, at its own expense, may have the club name and year engraved on a silver ring fitted on the Cup.

3. The Cup shall remain a challenge cup, and should not become the property of one team, even if won more than once.

4. The trustees shall maintain absolute authority in all situations or disputes over the winner of the Cup.

5. If one of the existing trustees resigns or drops out, the remaining trustee shall nominate a substitute.

Hockey Official Betting Rules

For wagering purposes, a hockey game (pro or college) becomes official after fifty-five (55) minutes of play. Games lasting under official time constitute “No Action” or “Push/Cancel” and all money is refunded. Overtime scores are included on all game wagers, sides, and totals (over/under) as well as team totals.

All 3rd period wagers include overtime. Games must take place on the site and date scheduled (unless otherwise specified).

Note: The Grand Salami is not eligible for parlaying with any other Hockey Total.

Las Vegas Rules apply for any rules not mentioned here.

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