Updated Stanley Cup Odds 2022-2023

Updated Stanley Cup Odds 2022-2023

Written by on December 7, 2022

With the first quarter mark of the 2022-23 NHL season now played through, there have been some surprises, both good and bad for teams. Many teams have moved up and down the power rankings, and the Stanley Cup odds look pretty different compared to the start of the season. Below are those updated odds as of 12/7:

Updated Stanley Cup Odds 2022-2023

  1. Colorado Avalanche +530
  2. Boston Bruins +580
  3. Vegas Golden Knights +750
  4. Toronto Maple Leafs +940
  5. New Jersey Devils +1075
  6. Tampa Bay Lightning +1325
  7. Carolina Hurricanes +1425
  8. Dallas Stars +1750
  9. Calgary Flames +1775
  10. Florida Panthers +1800
  11. Edmonton Oilers +1800
  12. Pittsburgh Penguins +2200
  13. New York Rangers +2300
  14. New York Islanders +2400
  15. Winnipeg Jets +2400
  16. Seattle Kraken +2600
  17. Minnesota Wild +2700
  18. Los Angeles Kings +3100
  19. Nashville Predators +5200
  20. St. Louis Blues +5400
  21. Detroit Red Wings +6000
  22. Washington Capitals +6800
  23. Buffalo Sabres +11000
  24. Vancouver Canucks +12000
  25. Montreal Canadiens +13000
  26. Ottawa Senators +17000
  27. Philadelphia Flyers +22000
  28. San Jose Sharks +28000
  29. Columbus Blue Jackets +28000
  30. Chicago Blackhawks +48000
  31. Arizona Coyotes +55000
  32. Anaheim Ducks +60000

Favorite

The current favorite remains the Colorado Avalanche, who have been the favorites since the preseason. The reigning Stanley Cup champions have been hit with the injury bug with major players like Gabriel Landeskog, Valeri Nichushkin, and, most recently, 

Nathan MacKinnon. With MacKinnon out for the rest of the year, the only big-name players left to help are Cale Makar and Mikko Rantanen. The Avalanche are currently holding the second Wild Card spot in the Western Conference and fourth in the Central Division with 27 points which is six behind first place. 

Despite their long list of injuries this year, the Avalanche are staying in games, and once they are at full strength again will remain a strong team to play against. 

Smart Pick

Currently the second-best team in the entire NHL based on points, the Boston Bruins have been dominant this year and have only been better since the return of Brad Marchand and Charlie McAvoy, who started the season with injuries. 

The Bruins are currently holding a 20-3-1 record which is the best in the Atlantic Division and second best in the Eastern Conference, and have been one of the toughest teams to play against every night. 

They are especially dangerous at home, where they have lost just one of their 14 games. With a potential last run with their older team, the Bruins are a team to continue watching as they could go deep into the playoffs.

Long Shot

Since they are still only 13th on this list and have been slowly moving down this list, the New York Rangers are a good long-shot team to keep an eye on. This team finished their 2021-22 season by getting knocked out in the Eastern Conference finals but has struggled to find that same magic as they currently sit outside of a Wild Card spot and are fifth in the Metropolitan Division with 29 points. 

Their Vezina-winning goalie has been a big part of that struggle with a slower-than-expected start but hopefully will get back on the right track. He is rumored to be a team to trade for Patrick Kane; betting the Rangers could be smart, as those odds will definitely change if he comes to this team.  


 

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