Top NHL Betting Tips – Final Review

We have reached the end of our three month trial of Top NHL Betting Tips and here are the final results:-


Profit/Loss:   -57 points
Strike Rate:   51%
Bank Growth:   -107%
ROI:   -5%    
Average number of bets:   6 per day
Cost:   £1 for first 7 days then £79/year


You can view full results here. 


Top NHL Betting Tips – Full Review


This is the first ice-hockey service we have reviewed here at Honest Betting Reviews and it looked promising coming into our review, with over 180 points profit made up to that point. 

However, sadly under the microscope of a live trial things did not go to plan and they ended up with a loss of 57 points after our three month review. 

With a recommended starting bank of 50 points, that would equate to losing the entire betting bank, which is obviously a disaster. 

That normally makes it an automatic fail for us, although of course you could argue that they should have started with a bigger bank of 100 points or so. 

Either way though the results have been disappointing and with over 600 bets recommended during our trial, that is a pretty big sample size to judge the service on.

So all in all then there is nothing else to do other than award this is a FAILED rating and to say it’s not a service we can recommend at this time. 


Service Breakdown

Ease of use: Good – tips are normally sent out well before matches are scheduled to start. With an average of 6-7 bets per day there is a little bit of work involved in following the service however. 

Availability of prices: We didn’t see any issue with obtaining the advised prices and in some cases were actually able to beat them by using the exchanges.

Strike rate: The strike rate for the trial was 51%, so almost exactly half the bets were winners which is pretty decent, but still below where it needed to be to make a profit. 

Advised Betting Bank: As discussed above, a 50 point bank was recommended for following the service, but we would think a 100 point bank would be more appropriate here. 

Subscription costs: The subscription costs are pretty reasonable at £1 for the first 7 days then £79/year.



With a 57 point loss and the betting bank have been completely blown here there isn’t much else we can do other than give this a FAILED rating unfortunately.

We had been hoping to add a successful ice-hockey service to our portfolio but sadly it won’t be this one for the time being. 






Top NHL Betting Tips – Results Update

26th March 2019

Things have slipped back slightly for Top NHL Betting Tips after their previous fightback, with a loss of 11 points since our last update a month ago. 

That means they are now 42 points down for our trial overall.

You can view full results here. 

As mentioned previously this is a high volume service and we have now reached over 500 bets proofed, which is quite a feat. 

However, so far the results have not lived up to the pre-trial billing, so things will need to get back on track for them soon. 






Top NHL Betting Tips – Results Update

28th February 2019

It’s been a good fightback for Top NHL Betting Tips recently, with a profit of 26 points made since our last update. 

Unfortunately though given the losses incurred previously they are still 31 points down for our trial overall, but at least they are moving in the right direction. 

You can view full results here. 

This is a high volume service, with around 7 bets per day on average. We have seen prices are readily available though and can even be beaten using Betfair, which is a good thing. 

Anyway, let’s hope the recent progress continues and we have positive news to report at our next update. 







Top NHL Betting Tips – Results Update

9th February 2019

Well it’s been a shocking start to our trial of Top NHL Betting Tips, with a loss of 57 points made so far. 

You can view full results here. 

That is actually more than the entire recommended betting bank of 50 points, which once again proves to be far too small of a bank.

We could fail the tipster at this point but will given them the benefit of the doubt and see if they had advised a 100 point bank if things can be turned around. 

Either way it’s been a very disappointing start to the trial.  





Top NHL Betting Tips – New Review

17th January 2019

This is something new for us here at Honest Betting Reviews – our first ever review of an NHL betting service with Top NHL Betting Tips. 

Hockey (or ice-hockey to us here in the UK) has been growing in popularity around the world, particularly in Canada, where it is the number one sport in terms of popularity and in Europe, where there are now 43 members of the International Ice Hockey Federation.

The NHL is still the premier league in the world however and where most of the top players ply their trade. It has many gambling opportunities around it which have helped to increase its popularity. 

The season runs from October until June and there are 31 teams who compete over the 82-game campaign, meaning a lot of potential betting action. 

The service we are looking at here takes advantage of all this action with around 120-140 bets per month which works out at around 4 per day on average, although inevitably there will be more on match days and none on off-days. 

Since starting up in March last year, the service has apparently made an excellent 186 points profit, which represents huge growth of 385% on the 50-point bank starting bank. That is quite amazing growth to have achieved in less than a year. 

That has been achieved with a strike rate of 57% and a return on investment of just under 10%, which are very commendable figures.

Most of the bets come in the main match odds market, with a few in the handicap market so it looks like this should be quite a simple service to follow. 

We started receiving tips on 14th January so we will record results from then. 

Without further ado we will get the trial underway then and let’s hope we see the kind of growth achieved to date repeated during our review. 

We will update results here regularly during the trial. 

In the meantime you can check out Top NHL Betting Tips here.








3 replies
  1. Dan
    Dan says:

    I started around 2 weeks ago, nearly 2/3 of the bank has gone within that time, extremely poor strike rate even with the odds on bets he has been using, he needs to be hitting double what he does to stand still, let alone pay for fees and profit, I am fully expecting the advised 50pt bank to go if I hack it that long.

  2. NB
    NB says:

    If you dig further you’ll notice this always happens with new Betting Gods services…they really need to sort their proofing out.

    Using the results achieved during the proofing period in their sales pitches is also disingenuous since they weren’t available publically…

    • Dan
      Dan says:

      Hi there,

      Thanks for your comments. Yes I appreciate it can be frustrating to sign up to a new tipster and then have a losing run, but it pays to take a long-term approach to betting. That is why our reviews are always a minimum of three months but often six months. That is the kind of timeframe needed to see how a tipster performs. Anyone can have a losing week or month but the best tipsters will make a profit over the long run.

      We can’t comment on their proofing period but have always found Betting Gods to be transparent in their results. You will always get fluctuations in performance, that doesn’t mean the previous results weren’t accurate. But we always advise people to wait until the end of our reviews before signing up as that gives you extra time to see proofed results here.

      Kind regards,



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