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2023 Stanley Cup Midseason Future Odds

The Bruins are the SI Sportsbook to win the Stanley Cup entering the All-Star break.

As we approach the NHL All-Star break this weekend, it is time to check in on the Stanley Cup futures market.

The reigning champion Avalanche opened the season as the SI Sportsbook betting favorites but have dropped from the top perch as they are tied for eighth in the Western Conference. However, oddsmakers still have the defending champions ranked high due to strong convictions that a solid second half will improve their place in the standings. The Avs trail the conference-leading Stars by nine points.


Jared Bednar’s experienced Colorado squad has been replaced by Boston, which owns the NHL’s best record (39-7-5). The Bruins had +2200 odds in October and have seen their odds sliced to +450 thanks to an astounding +81 goal differential.

Jim Montgomery’s squad, which is 22-1-3 at home, holds a seven-point edge over the Hurricanes for the top spot in the East. One major reason for the Bruins’ success this season is the play of forward David Pastrnak, who is having a career year. He’s tied for third in scoring with 38 goals and 34 assists in 51 games.

Sandwiched between the teams that reached last season’s Stanley Cup Final (Colorado and Tampa Bay) are the Hurricanes (+800), Maple Leafs (+900) and Devils (+1000). Tampa Bay has +1200 odds to win it all.


Oddsmakers have made some intriguing adjustments by moving the Devils, Stars (+1300), Kraken (+1500) and Jets (+2000) into the top echelon of betting choices.

The sensational play of rising star Jack Hughes, who ranks ninth in scoring (33 goals, 31 assists; 64 points), has the red-hot Devils owning the NHL’s best road record (19-3-2). New Jersey had +6000 preseason odds but now ranks fifth.

The Stars, who were listed at +3500 in October, have demanded serious attention after a strong first half that finds them leading the West with 66 points. Dallas owns the best goal differential (+40) in the West, while ranking second among all teams in goals against average (2.57 GAA), trailing only Boston (2.12 GAA).

The Jets own the most home victories (18) of any team in the West and have seen their once-moon-shot odds of +5000 cut to +2000. Forward Kyle Connor, one of the NHL’s most underrated players, has scored 24-plus goals in six straight seasons.

Arguably the biggest adjustment in preseason odds easily belongs to Seattle. The Kraken own the best road mark of any team in the West (16-5-2) and their once-massive +8000 odds now sit at +1500. The success away from Climate Pledge Arena has the franchise on track for a playoff berth in just their second season.

Here are the rest of the 2023 Stanley Cup future odds at SI Sportsbook.

2023 Stanley Cup Future Odds

Boston Bruins +450
Colorado Avalanche +600
Carolina Hurricanes +800
Toronto Maple Leafs +900
New Jersey Devils +1000
Tampa Bay Lightning +1200
Dallas Stars +1300
Las Vegas Golden Knights +1400
Seattle Kraken +1500
New York Rangers +1800
Edmonton Oilers +1800
Winnipeg Jets +2000
Calgary Flames +2000
Minnesota Wild +2000
Los Angeles Kings +2200
Pittsburgh Penguins +2500
Nashville Predators +3300
Florida Panthers +3300
Washington Capitals +4000
St. Louis Blues +4000
Buffalo Sabres +4000
New York Islanders +5000
Detroit Red Wings +10000
Ottawa Senators +12500
Philadelphia Flyers +12500
Vancouver Canucks +20000
Montreal Canadiens +40000
San Jose Sharks +50000
Anaheim Ducks +100000
Chicago Blackhawks +100000
Arizona Coyotes +100000
Columbus Blue Jackets +100000

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