Updated 2020 Stanley Cup Odds - February 4th Edition

Updated 2020 Stanley Cup Odds – February 4th Edition

Written by on February 4, 2020

The second half of the NHL season is well underway, and the trade deadline is now right around the corner, which means that it’s time to get serious when talking about the playoffs. There are a few teams who have emerged from the pack to become serious Stanley Cup contenders, but as we have seen in the past, a great regular season is no guarantee that things will go smoothly in the playoffs. Still, current form is what bookies and bettors look at when determining who they think might be the last team standing at the end of the season. With that in mind, let’s take a look at what the current odds to win the 2020 Stanley Cup look like by taking a peek at some of the favorites.

Updated 2020 Stanley Cup Odds – February 4th Edition

Odds to Win the 2020 Stanley Cup

  • Washington Capitals +750
  • Boston Bruins +800
  • Colorado Avalanche +850
  • Tampa Bay Lightning +750
  • Vegas Golden Knights +1800
  • St. Louis Blues +1000
  • NY Islanders +2400
  • Dallas Stars +1600
  • Toronto Maple Leafs +2000
  • Arizona Coyotes +2400
  • Carolina Hurricanes +1800
  • Pittsburgh Penguins +900
  • Florida Panthers +1800
  • Nashville Predators +3000
  • Philadelphia Flyers +3500
  • Calgary Flames +3000
  • Winnipeg Jets +4000
  • Edmonton Oilers +2400
  • Minnesota Wild +8000
  • Montreal Canadians +4500
  • NY Rangers +8000
  • Vancouver Canucks +1500
  • San Jose Sharks +10000
  • Buffalo Sabres +10000
  • Chicago Blackhawks +4000
  • Anaheim Ducks +30000
  • Columbus Blue Jackets +3000
  • Ottawa Senators +50000
  • New Jersey Devils +50000
  • Detroit Red Wings +50000
  • LA Kings +50000

Washington Capitals

Given that the Capitals are, at the time of writing, sitting with the best record in the NHL, it is perhaps no real surprise that they would be in as the current Stanley Cup favorites. They have already amassed 75 points and are also just a couple of seasons removed from winning it all. It is worth remembering, though, that their Stanley Cup win came after years of having a great regular season followed by a poor playoff run. Which Capitals team will show up this time around?

Tampa Bay Lightning

We have been talking about the Tampa Bay Lightning as a potential Stanley Cup winner for the past few seasons now, but they always seem to find a way to underwhelm. Who can forget their opening round sweep at the hands of the Islanders last season when everyone had them as the favorites to win it all? The Lightning saw their season get off to a wobbly start, but they have been putting it together of late to become one of the hottest teams in the league.

Boston Bruins

As it stands at the moment, the Boston Bruins are just a single point off the pace being set by the Washington Capitals for the best record in the league. This is a team, though, that looks hell bent on getting some revenge for losing in the Stanley Cup Final last season. They came out of the gate hot and have shown no signs of slowing down. The Boston Bruins will look to take the disappointment of last season and turn it into something positive.

Colorado Avalanche

This young Avalanche team delivered one of the upsets of the season last year when they bounced the #1 seeded Calgary Flames in the opening round of the playoffs. It was a sure sign that this team was ready to take the next step and they have certainly proven that this season, amassing 62 points to sit in a comfortable spot in the Western Conference playoff race. A bit of a longshot, but this is a team that seems to thrive under pressure.

St. Louis Blues

If you are of the belief that the defending Stanley Cup champions can repeat this season, this might be the time to get in on the action, as this might be the best price you get them at. The Blues currently have a 5-point lead at the top of the Western Conference, and while they have cooled off a little over the past couple of weeks, this is still a very dangerous team.