Having cruised to the top overall record in the Eastern Conference this season the Pittsburgh Penguins will enter the NHL’s playoffs as the favorite on the odds to win the Stanley Cup at the online sportsbooks.Continue reading »
The Pittsburgh Penguins don’t have injured star forward Sidney Crosby in their lineup right now, but after making several trades over the past month they sit atop the odds to win the Stanley Cup at the sportsbooks.Continue reading »
The Philadelphia Flyers had Stanley Cup aspirations heading into the shortened 2013 NHL season, while the San Jose Sharks were red hot over the first few weeks of the year. Both of those teams, though, have been slipping on the odds to win the Stanley Cup.Continue reading »
Having picked up a point in each of their first 21 games of the season the Chicago Blackhawks remain the clear leader on the odds to win the Stanley Cup at the online sportsbooks.
The Blackhawks are listed at 9/2 on the odds to win the Stanley Cup at Ladbrokes, putting them at the top of that list ahead of the Pittsburgh Penguins (7/1) and the Boston Bruins (8/1). Chicago is off to a stellar 18-0-3 start to the 2013 season.Continue reading »
Sitting as the top team in the National Hockey League over the first few weeks of the season, Patrick Kane and the Chicago Blackhawks now find themselves leading the way on the Stanley Cup odds at the sportsbooks.Continue reading »
A few weeks into the 2013 NHL regular season the Pittsburgh Penguins have moved back into top spot on the odds to win the Stanley Cup at the sportsbooks, but they have some company.
Both the St. Louis Blues and the Chicago Blackhawks are tied with the Penguins at 7/1 on the current odds to win the Stanley Cup at Sports Interaction after those two Central Division clubs got off to quick starts this season.Continue reading »
The NHL lockout is over, and Sidney Crosby’s Pittsburgh Penguins find themselves trailing on the Stanley Cup odds at the sportsbooks as the shortened season gets underway.
The Penguins lost in the first round of last year’s playoffs to the Philadelphia Flyers, and they’re at 17/2 on the NHL futures at Bodog right now to win the Stanley Cup in 2013.Continue reading »
The Columbus Blue Jackets probably have just as much chance of winning the Stanley Cup with a lockout in place as they do with the NHL in full swing; they’re at the bottom of the latest Stanley Cup futures at the sportsbooks.
With NHL games cancelled through the middle of December, the Blue Jackets sit as the longest of the longshots at 150/1 on the latest odds to win the 2013 Stanley Cup at Bodog. Even the New York Islanders are well above them on that list at 75/1 odds.Continue reading »
The Los Angeles Kings and the New Jersey Devils are the final two teams left standing as NHL betting wraps up for the season with the 2012 Stanley Cup final.
The Kings and Devils both started the season in the middle of the pack on the Stanley Cup odds at the sportsbooks, with the Kings taking a noticeable dive on those futures as they struggled to make the playoffs as the eighth seed in the West.Continue reading »
Only four teams remain on the odds to win the Stanley Cup, with the Kings, Rangers, Devils, and Coyotes the clubs left standing on the NHL futures.
On the Stanley Cup futures at Bodog heading into the third round of the playoffs the Los Angeles Kings and the New York Rangers are tied as the 2/1 favorites to win the championship.Continue reading »