Are you ready for this? The National Hockey League playoffs, which is arguably the best postseason action in pro sports, is set to begin on April 16, 2014. Today, we take a look at the most recent prices to capture the Stanley Cup as posted at the sportsbetting.ag online sportsbook. Strap in and hold on as it’s going to be a wild race to the NHL Championship.
Boston Bruins: Posted as top chalk in the chase for Stanley
Posted as top chalk to win the NHL Eastern Conference title, and then to win the Stanley Cup, the Boston Bruins are the cream of the NHL postseason crop. The Bruins, with a rock solid 54-18-9 record, won the Presidents’ Cup as the top regular season team for the first time since the 1989-90 NHL season. The Pittsburgh Penguins, who are getting healthy at the right time, are second favorites to win the East and third overall chalk to capture the Cup
St. Louis Blues: Stumble down the stretch but still second favorites
A recent 3-7 run has pushed the St. Louis Blues out of top spot in the Western Conference standings and all the way down to third overall. That hasn’t stopped the sportsbetting.ag bookmakes from posting the Blues as top chalk to win the West and second favorites to win the Stanley Cup. Things are a little weird in the West as Cup contenders Chicago, San Jose, Los Angeles and St. Louis posted a 18-19-3 record over their last ten games. Canada Sports Betting Stanley Cup Call & Championship Betting Prices While futures betting can be akin to gazing into a crystal ball, especially when it comes to the NHL playoffs, we like to use bonus bucks like the 25% free play bonus currently being offered at sportsbetting.ag to support our predictions. We like the Bruins in the East and will wager 300 units on Boston to win the Cup. From the West we favor the Anaheim Ducks and will back them with a 200 unit Stanley Cup futures wager. Let the chase begin!
Sportsbetting.ag NHL Conference and Stanley Cup Championship Odds
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