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Hockey Futures: Value Bets

Dec 11, 2021 EST

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With the NHL’s regular season past the quarter pole, it’s time to take a look at who the favorites are in 2021-22 Stanley Cup odds.

The Florida Panthers (+600) are the new leaders in Stanley Cup odds, followed by the Colorado Avalanche (+700), Toronto Maple Leafs (+750), Tampa Bay Lightning (+800) and Vegas Golden Knights (+850) to round out the top five.

Here’s a look at the Stanley Cup odds for all 32 teams that are vying to win it all in the 2021-22 campaign.

Florida Panthers Lead Latest Stanley Cup Odds

2021-22 NHL Stanley Cup Odds
Team Current Odds
Florida Panthers +600
Colorado Avalanche +700
Toronto Maple Leafs +750
Tampa Bay Lightning +800
Vegas Golden Knights +850
Edmonton Oilers +1000
Minnesota Wild +1200
New York Rangers +1200
Carolina Hurricanes +1300
Washington Capitals +1400
Calgary Flames +1500
Boston Bruins +1600
Dallas Stars +2500
St. Louis Blues +2500
Winnipeg Jets +2500
Pittsburgh Penguins +2800
Anaheim Ducks +5000
New York Islanders +5000
Nashville Predators +6000
San Jose Sharks +6000
Columbus Blue Jackets +8000
Detroit Red Wings +8000
New Jersey Devils +8000
Philadelphia Flyers +8000
Los Angeles Kings +9000
Seattle Kraken +12500
Vancouver Canucks +15000
Chicago Blackhawks +20000
Montreal Canadiens +25000
Ottawa Senators +30000
Buffalo Sabres +30000
Arizona Coyotes +80000

Stanley Cup Odds: Value Bets

Florida Panthers (+600)

Oddsmakers obviously believe the Panthers, first in Stanley Cup odds, should be respected as a legitimate contender.

Florida had a stacked roster last year and finished on a 115-point pace without their top defenceman, Aaron Ekblad, for much of the season.

This year, they have Ekblad back and added forward Sam Reinhart from Buffalo. Reinhart has scored 20 or more goals in five of his six NHL seasons and was a great under-the-radar addition to a top-six forward group that already featured Aleksander Barkov, Jonathan Huberdeau and Carter Verhaeghe.

The goaltending is a bit of a question mark as you never know what you might get out of Sergei Bobrovsky. But Florida does have recent first-round pick Spencer Knight seemingly ready to break through if Bobrovsky falters.

So far, Bob has been excellent. He is 11-1-2 with a .920 save percentage.

The Panthers were at +1600 just a few weeks ago, so the value on this bet is evaporating quickly, but we’re still betting them at +600.

Vegas Golden Knights (+850)

The Vegas Golden Knights fell out of the top five on the Stanley Cup odds list briefly because of their early-season struggles.

However, the team was without several key pieces for a long stretch (Mark Stone and Max Pacioretty, among others) and is still sitting fourth in the Pacific at 14-10-0 through 24 games.

We believe the Knights are legitimate contenders and one of the best teams in the league when healthy. They also might get star acquisition Jack Eichel back from injury at some point late in the year.

Don’t let the record fool you. This is a top-tier team with a record creating value in Stanley Cup odds for bettors – +850 is a solid bet.

Carolina Hurricanes (+1300)

At one time one of the top four teams in Stanley Cup odds, the Carolina Hurricanes have fallen to ninth on the odds table at +1300 amid a bit of a slower last couple of weeks (5-4-1 in their last 10).

But make no mistake, this is one of the best teams in the league with elite talent up and down the lineup.

The team is also getting lights-out goaltending from Frederik Andersen, who ranks inside the top 10 in both goals-against average and save percentage.

We’re all over the Canes at +1300.

Winnipeg Jets (+2500)

The Jets are a solid long-shot bet as one of the few teams in the NHL with both elite scoring talent up front and top-notch goaltending.

With a foursome of Mark Scheifele, Nikolaj Ehlers, Kyle Connor and Pierre-Luc Dubois carrying the load offensively, there are not many teams in the league that can match the star power the Jets possess. And with former Vezina winner Connor Hellebuyck in net, the Jets have the makings of a winning formula.

The problem for the Jets the last few seasons has been their inability to defend in front of their goalie. The Jets were swept by the Canadiens in the playoffs last season largely because their defense did not hold up against the Habs’ ferocious forecheck.

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