2018 Stanley Cup Odds

With the Penguins repeating as Stanley Cup champions earlier in the week, hockey fans have their eyes on next year. This season will obviously be a very important one for both the NHL and American sports as a whole due to the addition of the Vegas Golden Knights to the league. While the NHL isn’t on the same level as the NFL or NBA in terms of popularity, it will be interesting to see if the first Las Vegas professional sports team fares well in its inaugural season. They won’t have to wait long to make a friend, though, as the Oakland Raiders are set to join them in the desert heat in the near future.

Stanley Cup odds aren’t available at every offshore book yet, but BetOnline is currently offering them. Since there aren’t many key free agents on the market this offseason, it’s unlikely that we will see any major odds movement until the season begins. At the moment, the Penguins are favored at +800 and will attempt to be the first NHL team to three-peat since the Islanders won four straight from 1980 to 1983. The Golden Knights are understandably at the bottom of the list at +15000. With the expansion draft one week from today, their odds could potentially change a bit once we actually know how good (or bad) their roster will be.

Team 6/14 (BetOnline)
Pittsburgh Penguins +800
Washington Capitals +1000
Edmonton Oilers +1000
Nashville Predators +1400
Minnesota Wild +1400
Chicago Blackhawks +1400
Anaheim Ducks +1400
Tampa Bay Lightning +1600
Toronto Maple Leafs +1600
Boston Bruins +1800
Los Angeles Kings +1800
New York Rangers +1800
San Jose Sharks +2000
St. Louis Blues +2000
Montreal Canadiens +2000
Dallas Stars +2000
Columbus Blue Jackets +2000
Ottawa Senators +2500
Calgary Flames +3300
Florida Panthers +3300
Winnipeg Jets +4000
Philadelphia Flyers +4000
New York Islanders +4000
Buffalo Sabres +5000
Carolina Hurricanes +6600
Arizona Coyotes +8000
Colorado Avalanche +8000
Detroit Red Wings +8000
New Jersey Devils +10000
Vancouver Canucks +10000
Vegas Golden Knights +15000

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