The Toronto Maple Leafs have stumbled in the first round of the playoffs in three straight years. Are they ready to finally make a real Stanley Cup run in 2020? Their odds have improved, and they are now given a better chance than the Bruins team that has long tormented them in the postseason.
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The Edmonton Oilers lag well off the pace at Bookmaker.eu in the odds to win the 2020 Western Conference title, where they are pegged as a distant +3750 bet. Are they good value to win their first Western Conference title since 2006, or is a more-balanced team like the Coyotes deserving of your money?
The Columbus Blue Jackets carry +3600 odds (on average) to win the Eastern Conference in 2020. Is there any value in betting on the Jackets this year, when they will be without Sergei Bobrovsky, Artemi Panarin, and Matt Duchene?
The odds of the Winnipeg Jets winning the 2020 Stanley Cup have fallen from +1800 to +2200. Is there reason to be concerned about Blake Wheeler, Patrick Laine and company, or is this an overreaction to a quiet offseason? Bob Duff offers his betting advice on the Central Division contenders.
Devils Stanley Cup Odds Keep Improving; New Jersey (+2800) Nearly Even with Crosby’s Penguins (+2200)
The New Jersey Devils have arguably added the most talent this off-season but are they true 2020 Stanley Cup Contenders coming out of the loaded Eastern Conference? Ryan Bolta analyzes the additions (Jack Hughes, PK Subban) and their betting prospects for next season.
BookMaker.eu puts the Arizona Coyotes’ 2019-20 NHL point total bar at 90.5. BetOnline, though, sets the Coyotes at 85.5 points. Is this a good chance to middle those bets, or is one sportsbook way off on Arizona’s forecast for the coming season?