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Updated Stanley Cup Title Odds
Colorado Avalanche +375
Tampa Bay Lightning +750
Vegas Golden Knights +750
Toronto Maple Leafs +800
Carolina Hurricanes +900
At 31-10-4, the Avalanche are becoming even bigger favorites to win their first Stanley Cup since 2001. Meanwhile, the defending champion Lightning are close behind despite being in third place in the Central Division.
The Golden Knights are an intriguing option, as they look better than ever. With wins in nine of their last 10 games, Vegas has a league-high 70 points, sporting a 34-11-2 record.
Boston Bruins +1100
Washington Capitals +1300
Pittsburgh Penguins +1400
New York Islanders +1600
Florida Panthers +1800
Minnesota Wild +1900
All four of the current playoff teams in the East Division are bunched together in this group. However, despite being in fourth place, it’s the Bruins who have the highest odds to win Lord Stanley’s Cup. Regardless, all four teams are separated by six points, so expect all of their odds to remain close to each other.
One interesting team is the Panthers, who are just a point out of first place. Florida is having arguably their best season in franchise history but remains just 10th in current odds to win the Cup.
Edmonton Oilers +2100
Winnipeg Jets +2100
Montreal Canadiens +2200
Dallas Stars +3500
St. Louis Blues +3500
Nashville Predators +4000
With the two leading point-producers in hockey, the Oilers offer some intriguing value at +2100. However, they appear destined for a first-round matchup with the Jets, so one of those teams is guaranteed to get bounced out of the postseason early.
The Blues are an intriguing team. In an up-and-down season, St. Louis has a lot more healthy bodies than they did earlier this season and is just two years removed from a Stanley Cup championship. Have more experience than a lot of other teams destined to make the postseason.
Arizona Coyotes +6500
Calgary Flames +7500
New York Rangers +8500
Chicago Blackhawks +9000
Los Angeles Kings +10000
Vancouver Canucks +10000
The Coyotes are the only one in this group currently sitting in playoff position, but their grip over the Blues is loosening with three more games in hand and just a one-point advantage.
The Canucks are the ultimate wild card of this bunch. Back from a long pause due to COVID, Vancouver is behind the Canadiens by eight points but has also played five fewer games. They have already won three of their first four games since returning to action.
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San Jose Sharks +17500
Philadelphia Flyers +35000
Anaheim Ducks +400000
Ottawa Senators +500000
The Sharks are the only one in this group that has any sort of chance to make the playoffs still. However, with one victory in their last 10 games, they have to be nearly perfect to catch Arizona and St. Louis for fourth place in the West.
Columbus Blue Jackets
New Jersey Devils
They held on as long as they could, but an eight-game losing streak has officially ended the Blue Jackets’ hopes of making the playoffs. They join the Devils and Sabres as the teams who are just playing for pride for the remainder of the season.
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