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2013-2014 NHL Hockey Stanley Cup Odds

October 01, 2013 9:54 AM by GT Staff
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2013-2014 NHL Stanley Cup
Pittsburgh Penguins 5-1
Chicago Blackhawks 9-2
Boston Bruins 8-1
St. Louis Blues 14-1
Vancouver Canucks 16-1
New York Rangers 10-1
Los Angeles Kings 10-1
San Jose Sharks 16-1
Montreal Canadiens 25-1
Detroit Red Wings 14-1
Anaheim Ducks 25-1
Washington Capitals 40-1
Ottawa Senators 25-1
Edmonton Oilers 30-1
Toronto Maple Leafs 25-1
New York Islanders 40-1
Columbus Blue Jackets 40-1
Philadelphia Flyers 30-1
New Jersey Devils 60-1
Carolina Hurricanes 60-1
Minnesota Wild 30-1
Nashville Predators 60-1
Tampa Bay Lightning 60-1
Winnipeg Jets 60-1
Dallas Stars 40-1
Buffalo Sabres 100-1
Phoenix Coyotes 40-1
Florida Panthers 100-1
Colorado Avalanche 60-1
Calgary Flames 500-1
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