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2014 betting odds to win NHL Stanley Cup

April 01, 2014 2:30 AM by GT Staff

NHL Stanley Cup future odds for betting and wagering are provided by LVH SuperBook. Check your local sports book for the latest odds. NHL future odds are updated weekly.

NHL Stanley Cup Odds
PENGUINS 8-1
BLACKHAWKS 5-1
BRUINS 7-2
BLUES 4-1
CANUCKS 300-1
RANGERS 20-1
KINGS 12-1
SHARKS 7-1
CANADIENS 20-1
RED WINGS 50-1
DUCKS 7-1
CAPITALS 60-1
SENATORS 500-1
OILERS xxxx-1
MAPLE LEAFS 100-1
ISLANDERS xxxx-1
BLUE JACKETS 60-1
FLYERS 30-1
DEVILS 100-1
HURRICANES 500-1
WILD 60-1
PREDATORS 9999-1
LIGHTNING 20-1
JETS 1000-1
STARS 100-1
SABRES xxxx-1
COYOTES 75-1
PANTHERS xxxx-1
AVALANCHE 15-1
FLAMES xxxx-1
c/o LVH 3-31-2014
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