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  • Over 4.5
    -220
  • Under 4.5
    +160
  • Over 6
    +140
  • Under 6
    -190
  • Over 6.5
    +185
  • Under 6.5
    -260
  • Over 7
    +295
  • Under 7
    -450
  • Over 7.5
    +340
  • Under 7.5
    -525
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  • Over 4.5
    -425
  • Under 4.5
    +280
  • Over 5
    -330
  • Under 5
    +230
  • Over 5.5
    -200
  • Under 5.5
    +145
  • Over 7
    +150
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    -205
  • Over 7.5
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NHL Betting News

Updated look at 2022 Conn Smythe odds on Tuesday, May 10
Updated look at 2022 Conn Smythe odds on Tuesday, May 10
The Colorado Avalanche became the first team to make it out of the first round on Monday night with a 5-3 win over the Nashville Predators, sweeping their opponent. The Avs will likely have to wait a bit before they resume hockey with six other series tied 2-2, including Minnesota Wild vs. St. Louis Blues. The Avs are into the second round and it’s no surprise to see their top players listed as favorites to win the Conn Smythe Trophy for Stanley Cup Playoff MVP.
Author(s): Benjamin Zweiman. Photo by Michael Martin/NHLI via Getty Images
DraftKings Sportsbook NHL Mid-Season Betting Odds Update
DraftKings Sportsbook NHL Mid-Season Betting Odds Update
The first half of the 2021-2022 NHL season has been especially unusual with wide-ranging postponements and rescheduled games, and there are several surprising developments as the midpoint of the season approaches. The Tampa Bay Lightning, Colorado Avalanche and Vegas Golden Knights are all sitting atop their divisions, but the New York Rangers have remained ahead of the pack in the Metro Division despite having extremely long odds to do so before the year began. There are also a handful of surprising teams in playoff contention in the Western Conference – most notably the Los Angeles Kings and Anaheim Ducks – but the Stanley Cup futures odds still reflect much of the same trends as they did before the season began. As it stands, the Avalanche, Knights, Lightning, Toronto Maple Leafs and Florida Panthers make up the top five current favorites to win this season’s Stanley Cup
Author(s): mmeiselman. Photo by Bob Frid-USA TODAY Sports

2021-2022 NHL Playoff Odds and Betting Update

The 2021-2022 NHL Playoff odds are on the move as the first round has concluded and the second round is about to begin. The Colorado Avalanche began this year’s playoffs as the Stanley Cup favorites and did nothing but further solidify their status at the top, defeating the Nashville Predators in a four-game first round sweep. Entering the second round, the Avalanche are -125 to win the Western Conference and only +190 to win the Stanley Cup. There’s a sizable drop off in odds to the next tier of teams with the Florida Panthers second at +380 (and also +155 to win the Eastern Conference). Next in line are the Calgary Flames, Carolina Hurricanes and Tampa Bay Lightning, with the Lightning being especially notable as they’re actually underdogs in the second round against the aforementioned Panthers. Behind that group are a handful of teams that are still longshots to make a Stanley Cup run in the Edmonton Oilers, New York Rangers and St. Louis Blues.


The Avalanche are unsurprisingly very large favorites yet again for their second round playoff series with a line set at -400 against the St. Louis Blues. It’s by far the most lopsided series according to the betting odds, and the rest of the second round matchups all have favorites that are below -200 to win. The Hurricanes and Flames are both -190 against the Rangers and Oilers, and the Panthers are -170 against the Lightning. Betting for the Conn Smythe Trophy (for the MVP of the NHL Playoffs) follows a similar theme, as a pair of Avalanche players in Nathan MacKinnon and Cale Makar are the co-leaders at +550 heading into the second round, and there’s a very large gap between those two and the rest of the field.



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