The National Hockey League’s trade deadline day arrives on Monday, and depending who lands where it could mean a shuffle of the posted Stanley Cup odds at online sportsbook Bodog.Continue reading »
Is Florida the new hotbed of hockey? With the Florida Panthers and Tampa Bay Lightning burning up the ice and the Atlantic Division, could the Stanley Cup be headed to the Sunshine State?
The oddsmakers at online sportsbook Bodog are not convinced the Stanley Cup is in for a sunny summer just yet.Continue reading »
As the NHL takes a short break for the All-Star Game Alexander Ovechkin and the Washington Capitals remain the betting favorite on the odds to win the Stanley Cup at the sportsbooks.
At the season’s unofficial midway point the Capitals own the best record in the league at 35-8-4 to lead the league with 74 points. Even more impressive is that due to a few canceled games Washington has played six fewer games than the closest team to them, Chicago. Washington is the +400 Stanley Cup favorite at Bodog.Continue reading »
The Dallas Stars continue to be the favorites to skate away with the Stanley Cup at season’s end; at Bodog you’ll find Dallas atop the latest Stanley Cup future odds at a line of +650.
That shouldn’t surprise anyone considering the Stars’ recent hot streak, that has really been going on all season. The Stars have won five straight and at 17-4 on the season they’re tied for the NHL lead with 34 points.Continue reading »
The odds of the Stanley Cup returning to Canada for the first time in over two decades remain strong according to the bookmakers at online sportsbook Bodog.
The Montreal Canadiens may have had their winning streak snapped last week, but they are still the Bodog Stanley Cup favorite at +900. For anyone keeping score that’s down from +650.Continue reading »
We are only two weeks into the NHL season and the oddsmakers at Bodog are already tinkering with their Stanley Cup odds. The defending champion Chicago Blackhawks started the season as +650 favorites to reclaim Lord Stanley’s mug, but their reign atop the odds alone didn’t last long.
The Blackhawks have already dropped from +650 Cup favorites to +900, and they share those odds with Tampa Bay, Anaheim and Montreal.Continue reading »