NHL Betting Record / Stats

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As we do this all for free and spend a fair bit of time on the tips, we haven’t got around to creating a big spreadsheet documenting every pick yet.

It’s on our to do list and all of our previous tips are accessible to you if you want to check – just go to the Tonights Tips section and there’s links there to previous years.

This page is updated during the off-season but we keep the stats updated regularly for the current season on the sidebar.

We hope to get to it soon but it’s just a bloody big job! We were tracking throughout the season and kept a running record, but we need to go through EVERY post for the spreadsheet and record the picks for every games so it will take awhile.

The way we calculate the stats is very simple: we assume a bet of 1 unit on every bet. So if your units were $100, and we provide a tip of 1.91 odds and it wins, you would profit $91 as you would have bet $100. However in all honesty the amount of money you are betting should be increasing as your bankroll grows – so our stats are generally a low estimation of what your actual return should be. In 2012/2013 for example, we won +35.43 units. If you were betting $100 as a unit you’d think that’d mean you’re up $3543. However it should be MUCH More as your bankroll grows and you should bet more.

These stats are moneylines, handicap bets and over/under bets factoring in both regular season and playoff consensual picks.

We’ve been providing these tips on this website from the 2013 season(the one that started January 2013 due to the strike) and here are our stats:

2012/2013 Season: 142-100, +35.43 units.
2013/2014 Season: 274-244, +32.98 units.
2014/2015 Season: 242-217, +49.66 units.
2015/2016 Season: 238-211, +21.58 units.
2016/2017 Season: 181-158, +24.16 units.

Playoffs Tips Note: During the NHL playoffs we don’t collaborate – we both offer our individual advice instead. Any picks where we both agree are included in the stats however individual tips are not. This actually affects our record negatively as our individual picks for the playoffs are both positive. However we feel it’s only fair to factor in tips that we BOTH advise like all our tips are during the regular season. We also make sure to mention this prior to the playoffs beginning.

Non-NHL Tips:

We also cover leagues outside of the NHL. These tips are based on a computerized betting system that Graeme created with very little human input.

OHL 16/17: 24-23 (+0.02u)
WHL 16/17: 33-27(+1.53u)
AHL 16/17: 37-23 (+13.63u)

Season Breakdowns:

Here are month by month breakdowns per season.

Oct 2013: 40-41., +3.33 Units.
Nov 2013: 35-37., -5.06 Units.
Dec 2013: 31-40., -6.39 units.
Jan 2014: 42-28, +8.89 units.
Feb 2014: 39-31, +4.60 units.
Mar 2014: 43-36, +4.28 units.
April 2014: 15-17, -0.35 units.
2013/2014 Playoffs: 29-14, +23.68 units.
2013/2014 Regular Season Year: 213-207(+32.49)

2014/2015:
March/April: 56-35 (+28.49)
February: 29-39 (+1.95)
January: 31-34 (-6.35)
December: 35-42 (-2.5)
November: 34-30 (+3.40)
October: 28-27(+7.55)
Total: 626-552 (+102.95 units)

15/16 Regular Season:
223-191(+22.85)
October: 25-30(-6.05)
November: 48-30 (+17.67)
December: 31-36 (-7.83)
January: 30-29 (-0.77)
February: 42-24 (+14.68)
March: 33-37 (-2.94)
April: 14-5 (+7.59)

NHL 16/17 Regular Season:
October: 19-21 (-2.2u)
November: 28-26 (-0.33u)
December: 27-30 (-5.68u)
January: 25-26 (-0.80u)
February: 35-21 (+11.38u)
March: 35-23 (+12.73u)
April: 4-5 (+0.81)
YTD: 173-152 (+15.91u)

1st Periods:

Halfway through the 2015/2016 season, we introduced a 1st period betting system. With 2 months remaining and with the system very successful but not a lot of quantity of picks, we decided to add two variations of it but with much less confidence.

Results:

1st period High Confidence(Regular System): 30-36 (+15.99u)
1st Period Medium Confidence: 2-9 (-5.60)
1st Period Low Confidence: 7-21 (-8.05)

We’ll do our best to get a spreadsheet done on Google Drive at some point so you can go through it all.

And we can’t say this enough – despite multiple winning seasons, please don’t take our tips as gospel. Form your own opinion but use our tips as advice.




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