Winnipeg Jets Odds

You can bet on the Jets all season long at legal online sportsbooks. There will be Jets betting odds available for all of the top pregame wagers like moneyline, spread and totals.

Naturally, there will be some movement in the numbers in response to betting action. Our live odds feed makes it easy to view the market as a whole with real-time data from the top sportsbooks.

Tonight’s Jets odds: moneyline, puck line, totals

Jets live betting / in-game odds

Once the first puck is dropped for a Jets game, you’ll naturally be settling in to enjoy the action. While doing so, you can log into your Ontario sports betting app of choice and explore a whole host of new betting opportunities. Live betting is a top feature at all of the major legal sportsbooks. You’ll see a fast-moving array of options, including:

  • New odds for the main pregame bets
  • Player, team and game props
  • Wager on power plays, periods and overtime

For some, live betting presents a chance to hedge or double down on initial positions, while others treat it as a separate part of their overall strategy. Also known as in-game betting, this quick style of wagering is best suited for mobile users, and apps from the top shops are up to the task. Live betting will raise your engagement with Jets hockey to a whole new level.

How to bet on the Winnipeg Jets

Whenever there’s an NHL game on the docket, sportsbooks list odds for bettors to sort through. The main game listing will feature the odds and lines for the big pregame bets. It’ll look like something like this:

 MoneylineGoal LineTotal
Montreal Canadiens+110+1.5 (-140)Over 5.5 (-110)
Winnipeg Jets-130-1.5 (+120)Under 5.5 (-110)

If you read from right to left, the three sets of numbers next to the team names are for moneyline, goal line and totals bets. Here’s how each of them work.

  • Moneyline: A simple bet in which you choose which team you think will win the game. Favourites show negative odds while the digits are positive for underdogs.
  • Goal line: The NHL version of spread betting; the side you choose has to cover the goal line, typically set at 1.5.
  • Totals: An over/under wager on the total number of goals scored in the game based on the benchmark number set by oddsmakers.

In addition to the main game listing, many operators will offer up alternative lines for goal line and totals, with the odds adjusted based on the listed numbers. Beyond the pregame bets, top options for NHL betting include:

Winnipeg Jets Props

Additional wagering opportunities on the individual games, many of which hang on individual performance. Eg.:

Will Kyle Connor score a goal?

  • Yes      (+125)
  • No       (-105)

Parlays

A wager in which you add multiple betting selections to the same slip. Returns can be great, but a single wrong choice means the bet is a loser.

NHL totals parlay

  • Toronto Maple Leafs Ottawa Senators Over 5.5 +110
  • Calgary Flames Edmonton Oilers Under 5.5 +118
  • Total parlay odds of +358

Futures

Long-term wagers on results that won’t be known until down the road, such as the winner of the Hart Trophy or next Stanley Cup.

Odds to win Stanley Cup:

  • Vegas Golden Knights +110
  • Tampa Bay Lightning +260
  • New York Islanders +340

While the above betting opportunities provide you with plenty of options, don’t forget you can also bet in real time with live betting. From opening night of the regular season to the last game of the Stanley Cup Finals, you’ll find lots of ways to get in on the action.

Jets schedule

The normal NHL regular season runs from October through April, followed by the playoffs, which can last for another two months. That means, for about nine months out of the year, there’s action from the top pro hockey league in the world. In the regular season, clubs play 82 games each. Here’s how that typically shakes out for the Jets:

  • 28 games vs. division opponents
  • 24 games vs. in-conference opponents from other divisions
  • 30 games vs. opponents from the other conference

Schedule makers try to make sure that fans in all markets see all of the league’s stars at least a few times per season. And oddsmakers will be ready whenever the Jets and the rest of the NHL are in action. Remember to check back often with our live odds feed.

How to watch or stream Jets games

On the tube, Jets games can generally be found in two places: Sportsnet or TSN. The main play-by-play voice is Dennis Beyak with either Ray Ferraro or Kevin Sawyer handling the colour commentary.

The flagship radio stations for Jets hockey are CJKR 97.5 FM and CJOB 680 AM. The tag-team duo calling the action is Paul Edmonds and Mitch Thomas. The feed of the call is also picked up by select affiliates in several provinces.

The main broadcast homes for Jets games, TSN and Sportsnet, both provide online and app options for picking up the feed of the games. Contests are also available via cable, satellite, and streaming packages. Note that accessing the web or mobile feed will require valid login credentials.

NHL Live, the subscription service, is another option, but local blackout rules can apply. For those watching via the app, you can always toggle over to your sportsbook of choice for live betting markets as an added bonus. The radio feed for Jets games can be found on TuneIn radio and other online and streaming providers.