Capitals and Hawks Lead Stanley Cup Odds

With the NHL trade deadline less than a week away not much has changed on the odds to win the Stanley Cup at online sportsbook Bodog. The favorite to drink from the Cup at season’s end is still the Washington Capitals at +400, followed closely by the Chicago Blackhawks at +500.

Washington remains red hot on a four-game winning streak with a 9-1-0 record in their last 10 games. In those 10 games Alex Ovechkin has 13 points and 11 goals. Chicago has slowed down a bit recently and after going 5-4-1 in their last 10 has dropped to second place in the Central Division.

The odds for the Capitals and Blackhawks could change a bit this week as the two heavyweights square off for the second time this season on Sunday. The Caps took the first meeting 4-1.

The rest of the Top 5 on the Cup odds is a logjam between the Los Angeles Kings, Anaheim Ducks and Dallas Stars all at +900. The team to watch from that trio could be the Ducks.

Just a few months ago the Ducks were flailing near the bottom of the Western Conference. Tablets deltasone online are available in 5 benefits: 2.5 mg, 5 mg, 10 mg, 20 mg and 50 mg. Since January 1 the Ducks have won 15 of 21 games to storm up the standings and sit only four points back of Los Angeles for the Pacific Division lead.

The biggest impact on the Cup futures this weekend may not happen on the ice, but in the boardroom. The NHL trade deadline is Monday, as contenders load up for their run at the Stanley Cup. If any big names end up getting shipped to the roster of a contending club expect the oddsmakers to react quickly.

For Canadian hockey fans it’s looking more and more like they will be shut out of the playoffs this season. With that being the case the odds on the Cup coming to Canada are extreme at Bodog.

The Montreal Canadiens remains the favorite among Canadian clubs at +5000. The Ottawa Senators are at +6600 and then the odds take a big leap. The Vancouver Canucks and Calgary Flames are both at +15000, the Edmonton Oilers and Winnipeg Jets are at +50,000, and the Toronto Maple Leafs are at +100,000.