With the NHL Western Conference Qualifying Round just over a month away, we offer best bets on all four best-of-5 series matchups: Jets vs. Flames, Canucks vs. Wilds, Predators vs. Coyotes and Oilers vs. Blackhawks.
While the start date and hub city are still left to be determined, we break down the NHL Eastern Conference Qualifying Round with best bets on all four best-of-5 series matchups: Penguins vs. Canadiens, Maple Leafs vs. Blue Jackets, Islanders vs. Panthers and Hurricanes vs. Rangers.
Leon Draisaitl is on pace for a league-leading 133 points, but will it be enough to top Oilers teammate Connor McDavid in the Hart Trophy race? We review the latest odds for NHL MVP here.
With only six points separating five teams, the Pacific is a bonafide log-jam, we look at the Golden Knights, Oilers, Canucks, Flames and Coyotes and offer our best bets on who might emerge victorious from the division.
The Colorado Avalanche(+500) are the new favorites to win the Western Conference, but teams like the Stars (+550) and Canucks (+800) have announced themselves as contenders.
BetOnline’s updated Eastern Conference odds list the streaking Lightning (+350) as the favorite to make the Cup Final. Are they best bet or do teams like the Penguins or Bruins offer better value?
BetOnline has Connor McDavid (+125) and Nathan MacKinnon (+150) in a dead heat for the Hart Trophy. Does anyone else stand a chance?
Connor Hellebuyck’s outstanding play is the only thing keeping the Jets in the Wild Card race, but the viability of his Vezina candidacy almost certainly depends on Winnipeg making the postseason. We cover the top contenders to win the award as we enter the final months of the season.
While oddsmakers believe the Lightning will find it difficult to overtake Boston’s eight-point lead in the Atlantic Division, they’re bullish on the club’s chances to win Lord Stanley, reinstalling the preseason Cup favorites on top of the board at +700.
The defending Cup champs in St. Louis are heavy favorites to win the Central division at -200, but the Colorado Avalanche (+300) are only six points back entering the All-Star break.
The Penguins went 18-6-4 with Sidney Crosby on the shelf, the second-best record in the NHL over that span, to climb within striking distance of the division-leading Capitals. Now six points back, do they stand a chance?
Given the shocking and abrupt way their dominant 62-win season ended, no one could blame the Lightning for struggling early in the year, but it was fair to wonder if the team would ever snap out of its extended malaise. After an eight-game win streak, Tampa looks alive in the race to win the Atlantic.
The Coyotes are seeking their first playoff berth in eight seasons while the 2018 Hart Trophy winner hopes to land a lucrative free-agent payday this summer. Will the new partnership lead to a Pacific-division title? Let’s check the latest odds at BetOnline and place our bets.
Almost halfway through the season and oddsmakers seem to think we have a chance at a summer sequel to Washington’s 2018 Stanley Cup run, listing the Capitals as +800 favorites to once again come out on top.
John Carlson is the heavy favorite to win the Norris Trophy at -500. Can Dougie Hamilton, Roman Josi or Cale Maker close the gap on the Capitals’ defenseman with more than half the season still to play?