DENVER (KDVR) — Colorado sports gamblers did not bet loads on ice hockey in May, despite the Colorado Avalanche’s then-advancement through the Stanley Cup playoffs.

The Colorado Department of Revenue’s May sports betting update tracked the lowest-betting month since last August. Sports bettors wagered a total of $360 million, down from $392 the month before.

Bettors favored basketball and baseball over hockey. Of the total wagers, 28% were laid on basketball and another 25% on baseball. Only 10%, or $36 million, was bet on ice hockey.