The New York Rangers have taken significant steps in their bid to return to playoff contention by trading for defenseman Jacob Trouba and drafting Kaapo Kakko. But their 2019 Stanley Cup odds tumbled to +6600. Are they good value or are the Blueshirts still at least a year away from being a legitimate contender?
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The Nashville Predators traded away All-Star defenseman P.K. Subban. However, the team’s 2019 Stanley Cup odds haven’t changed. Are they a good bet? That all depends on how they use their new-found salary cap space.
The New Jersey Devils’ Stanley Cup odds jumped from +6800 to +5200 after they drafted Jack Hughes and traded for Norris Trophy-winning defenseman PK Subban. Are they legitimate Cup threats?
Winners & Losers From NHL Draft: After Taking Jack Hughes, Does New Jersey Have a Shot to Win the Cup?
Jack Hughes was taken first overall and made the Devils a winner at the NHL Draft, but the Colorado Avalanche comes out as the biggest winners.
How many forwards, defensemen and goalies will be selected in the first round of the 2019 NHL Draft? That’s what BetOnline’s latest wager asks bettors to decide. SBD’s NHL experts weigh in on the best value available in the 2019 NHL Draft props.
Bovada appears ready to concede status as the first-overall pick in the 2019 NHL Draft to Jack Hughes. But the sportsbook is offering props on which players will be drafted 2nd overall and 3rd overall. Finnish prospect Kaapo Kakko is the -1300 chalk to go second overall, while American Alex Turcotte is a slight favorite to go no. 3.