Super Bowl 50 Cross-Sport Betting Props

Even hockey fans can cash in on Super Bowl 50 betting thanks to a few interesting Super Bowl cross-sport prop wagers available at online sportsbook Bodog.

On Super Bowl Sunday Alexander Ovechkin leads the Washington Capitals against the Philadelphia Flyers. The Bodog oddsmakers have cooked up a prop on which will be higher, Ovechkin’s shots on goal from that game, or the total touchdowns scored in the Super Bowl. Both options are getting -120 odds.

Ovechkin is averaging five shots per game this season and the last time he played against Philadelphia he had six shots on goal.

Hockey fans can also lay down a cross-sport bet involving the game between Montreal and Carolina on Super Bowl Sunday. The prop bet asks bettors to pick what will be higher between total goals by Montreal and Carolina or the total receptions by Greg Olsen, with both sides at -120.

The only time the Canadiens and Hurricanes met up this season the final score was 3-2, buy lioresal while Olsen averaged 4.8 receptions per game during the regular season and six per game during the playoffs.

Even if hockey isn’t really your game there are also cross-sport props available for basketball and golf.

One basketball cross-sport prop pits DeMarcus Cousins against Cam Newton. Cousins and the Sacramento Kings face the Boston Celtics and Cousins’ points and rebounds go up against Newton’s rushing yards.

Cousins is averaging 27 points and 11.3 rebounds per game this season, while Newton averages 39.8 rushing yards per game. Cousins is the underdog at +110 at Bodog and Newton is a -150 favorite.

There are also a couple of Masters cross-sport props with Jordan Spieth and Tiger Woods drawing interest. Both former Masters champs’ first-round scores will be up against a Denver receiver’s yards. Spieth goes against Demaryius Thomas, and Woods against Emmanuel Sanders.

Spieth shot 64 in the first round last year and he’s even money against Thomas, who is -140 and averages 81.5 yards per game. Woods shot 73 in the opening round last year and is listed at -120 against Sanders, who is also at -120 and averages 75.7 yards per game.