(The Spread) – The odds to win the 2014 Olympic Ice Hockey men’s gold medal are out and Russia is the current favorite.
According to oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv, Russia is an 11/5 favorite to win the gold medal in men’s Olympic Ice Hockey next year. The team with the next-best odds is Canada at 9/4, while Sweden is 4/1 and the United States is 6/1. The Czech Republic, meanwhile, is 17/2, while Finland is 10/1 and Switzerland is 20/1.
Continuing with the current odds, Slovakia is 25/1 to win the men’s gold medal in next year’s Olympic Ice Hockey tournament, while Norway is 200/1. Latvia is also 400/1, while Austria and Slovenia are both 900/1 long shots, respectively.
Who will be the starting goaltender for Team Canada for Game 1 of the 2014 Olympics? The odds currently favor Carey Price, who is a 5/7 favorite, while Roberto Luongo has odds of 1/1. The odds for any other player are currently 5/1.
Will Canada win a gold medal in men’s hockey at the 2014 Olympics? The odds for them winning a gold medal are 9/4 while the odds against are 4/13.
Finally, what medal will Canada win at the 2014 Olympics? The odds for them to win a gold are 9/4, while the odds for them to win a silver is 11/5. The odds for them to take home the bronze is 5/2, while the odds for them to come up empty in terms of medals are 23/10.