MEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL TEAMS

SOCCER TEAMS

NHL Championship 2022/23FRI 7th OCT 6:00PM
  • COL Avalanche
    +450
  • BOS Bruins
    +550
  • VGK Golden Knights
    +900
  • NJ Devils
    +1000
  • CAR Hurricanes
    +1100
  • TOR Maple Leafs
    +1200
  • TB Lightning
    +1400
  • CGY Flames
    +1600
  • FLA Panthers
    +1700
  • DAL Stars
    +1800
  • NY Rangers
    +2000
  • EDM Oilers
    +2200
  • PIT Penguins
    +2500
  • MIN Wild
    +3000
  • LA Kings
    +4000
  • NY Islanders
    +4500
  • SEA Kraken
    +4500
  • WPG Jets
    +5000
  • STL Blues
    +6000
  • WAS Capitals
    +7000
  • NSH Predators
    +8000
  • CHI Blackhawks
    +10000
  • DET Red Wings
    +12000
  • BUF Sabres
    +13000
  • VAN Canucks
    +15000
  • OTT Senators
    +18000
  • PHI Flyers
    +20000
  • MTL Canadiens
    +20000
  • CBJ Blue Jackets
    +25000
  • SJ Sharks
    +25000
  • ARI Coyotes
    +100000
  • ANA Ducks
    +100000

NHL Betting News

NHL Picks: Hockey Best Bets on DraftKings Sportsbook for December 1
6:13 PM · Dec 01, 2022
NHL Picks: Hockey Best Bets on DraftKings Sportsbook for December 1
The NHL has an 11-game slate on tap this Thursday. The game with the lowest over/under on the slate is Carolina at St. Louis, which boasts a 5.5 Total. The biggest favorite as of writing is the Dallas Stars, who are -285 on DraftKings Sportsbook at home vs. the Anaheim Ducks. From a matchup perspective, the game of the night is likely out in Pittsburgh where the suddenly hot Penguins take on the Vegas Golden Knights, who lead the Western Conference standings.
Author(s): Geoffrey Ulrich. Photo by Dave Reginek/NHLI via Getty Images
NHL Bets Today: Odds, predictions and picks for Tuesday, November 29th
12:17 PM · Nov 29, 2022
NHL Bets Today: Odds, predictions and picks for Tuesday, November 29th
Welcome to VSiN’s NHL Bets page. Your source for comprehensive and dynamic hockey betting analysis. Read on for odds, predictions and best bets for November 29th. Follow me on Twitter to stay up to date.
Author(s): Andy MacNeil. Photo by USA TODAY Sports
Are the Devils legit Stanley Cup contenders?
9:03 PM · Nov 28, 2022
Are the Devils legit Stanley Cup contenders?
The New Jersey Devils face their rival across the Hudson River on Monday night when they travel to Madison Square Garden to take on the New York Rangers. The Devils are one of the most polarizing stories in hockey this season. New Jersey sits atop the Metropolitan Division at 18-4-0 with 36 points through the first quarter of the 2022-23 season. That’s tied with the Boston Bruins for most points in the NHL. As a result, the Devils’ odds to win the Stanley Cup have skyrocketed. Here we’re going to break down their run and whether or not the Devils are legit Cup contenders.
Author(s): Benjamin Zweiman. Photo by Rich Graessle/NHLI via Getty Images

NHL Season 2022-23 Odds and Betting

Through the first quarter of the NHL season, there's been plenty of big surprises. The Boston Bruins and New Jersey Devils got off to very hot starts, with the Bruins setting an NHL record by landing 13 straight home wins to start the season. The Devils began the 2022-23 season well outside the top 10 in the Stanley Cup NHL Championship odds, but after their first 23 games, the Devils rocketed up to the top five.

The standings in the Western Conference have been much tighter. Through 20+ games, the top seven teams all registered between 24 and 35 points, with the Vegas Golden Knights getting off to the best start in the conference. Unsurprisingly, Edmonton Oilers star Connor McDavid got out to the lead in NHL scoring and emerged as the early favorite to win the Hart Trophy. Dallas Stars forward Jason Robertson was the biggest individual surprise in the early part of the season as he registered 36 points in his first 23 games to put himself in the mix in the Art Ross scoring race.

The market for the Vezina Trophy, which goes to the top goalie, remains tight with Ilya Sorokin, Connor Hellebuyck, and Linus Ullmark all off to great starts. Sorokin jumped out as the betting favorite to win the Vezina Trophy after his first 17 games saw him produce a .933 save percentage with a 2.18 goals against average.

NHL Teams

NHL FAQs