Updated 2014 Stanley Cup Future Odds

The second half of the 2014 NHL season is about to start and after the Winter Olympic Games break and a few days for recovering, teams will be back with an ‘all business’ approach because the playoffs are coming and the Stanley Cup is the prize.

pens-hawksThe Pittsburgh Penguins are the ultimate favorites to win the East; they are the leaders with 83 points and a staggering 23-4-1 home record.  It will be a difficult task to beat them at the CONSOL Energy Center.

In the West things are not that clear; Anaheim leads the way with 87 points, but there are three teams with 84, the St. Louis Blues, the San Jose Sharks, and the current champions Chicago Blackhawks.

The second half of the season starts this Wednesday February 26th with four games in the lineup. Here are the updated odds to win the 2014 Stanley Cup:

  • Chicago Blackhawks 5/1
  • St. Louis Blues   5/1
  • Anaheim Ducks                  5/1
  • Pittsburgh Penguins 11/2
  • Boston Bruins 8/1
  • San Jose Sharks                  9/1
  • Los Angeles Kings 15/1
  • Colorado Avalanche  20/1
  • New York Rangers 22/1
  • Tampa Bay Lightning 30/1
  • Columbus Blue Jackets 30/1
  • Philadelphia Flyers 30/1
  • Montreal Canadiens 35/1
  • Toronto Maple Leafs 50/1
  • Detroit Red Wings 50/1
  • Minnesota Wild 50/1
  • Washington Capitals 65/1
  • Vancouver Canucks 70/1
  • Phoenix Coyotes 75/1
  • Dallas Stars 100/1
  • Ottawa Senators 100/1
  • New Jersey Devils 100/1
  • Winnipeg Jets 100/1
  • Carolina Hurricanes 100/1
  • Nashville Predators 300/1
  • New York Islanders 1000/1
  • Florida Panthers 1000/1
  • Edmonton Oilers 5000/1
  • Buffalo Sabres 5000/1
  • Calgary Flames 5000/1
Geoff Johnson

MTS co-founder Geoff Johnson is a lifelong Mets fan, something he can't do anything about. He has a great track record when it comes to wagering on baseball – largely because he's more than willing to bet against the Mets. His career profits are impressive, but not quite as good as his handsome friend Frank Lorenzo. He wishes he hadn't let Frank write his profile.

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