2017-18 NHL Stanley Cup Odds

In the midst of the 2016-17 Stanley Cup Final between Pittsburgh and Nashville, sportsbooks have begun to release odds for the 2017-18 season. Pittsburgh is the ‘favorite’ at +900 but Washington and Edmonton are right behind at +1000. The Vegas Golden Knights have the longest odds at 100:1. Here are odds for each team via BetOnline:

Team May 30 Odds
Pittsburgh Penguins +900
Washington Capitals +1000
Edmonton Oilers +1000
Chicago Blackhawks +1400
Nashville Predators +1400
Minnesota Wild +1400
Boston Bruins +1400
Anaheim Ducks +1400
St. Louis Blues +1600
Los Angeles Kings +1800
Toronto Maple Leafs +1800
Tampa Bay Lightning +2000
New York Rangers +2000
Montreal Canadiens +2000
San Jose Sharks +2000
Columbus Blue Jackets +2000
Dallas Stars +2500
Ottawa Senators +2500
Calgary Flames +3300
Florida Panthers +3300
Philadelphia Flyers +4000
Winnipeg Jets +4000
New York Islanders +4000
Buffalo Sabres +5000
Detroit Red Wings +6600
Colorado Avalanche +6600
Carolina Hurricanes +6600
Vancouver Canucks +8000
Arizona Coyotes +8000
New Jersey Devils +8000
Vegas Golden Knights +10000

Last season Pittsburgh opened the season around +1000 while Nashville was around +4000. For what it’s worth, heading into next season the Flyers, Jets and Islanders all have those same +4000 odds to lift the Cup. A couple teams listed right ahead at +3300 (Flames and Panthers) are also worthy of keeping an eye on this offseason.

This will be an interesting year since teams will lose players to Vegas via the Expansion Draft, so we’ll be updating these odds until and throughout the season.

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Dan McGuire

Dan McGuire is the Operations Manager and soccer specialist at Sports Insights. He can be reached at dan.mcguire@sportsinsights.com.

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