Latest Hockey Gold Medal Odds

2014 Olympics ice hockey gold medal odds Canada United States

SOCHI, RUSSIA (The Spread) - Following the qualifications for the Quarterfinals round in this year's Olympics, here's an update of the gold medal odds in ice hockey.

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In the qualification games on Wednesday, Sweden beat Slovenia 5-0 before Finland shocked Russia 3-1. Canada then beat Latvia 2-1 in a competitive game before the United States crushed the Czech Republic, 5-2.

According to oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv, Canada remains favored to win the gold medal in ice hockey at 8/5 odds, while the United States has the next-best odds at 9/5. Sweden is 16/5, while Finland has the worst odds out of the four at 13/2.

Friday Sweden will take on Finland in the semifinal round at 7:00AM ET while the U.S. will battle Canada at 12:00PM ET. Sweden has opened as a -170 money line favorite over Finland, who is +140 on the ML, while the over/under total for this matchup is currently sitting at 4.5 goals. Canada, meanwhile, is -115 versus the United States, which is -105. The total for the Canada-U.S. game is 5.5.

The Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics concludes this weekend and the final hockey match will take place at 10:00PM ET on Saturday.

2014 Olympic Ice Hockey Men's Gold Medal Odds

Canada 8/5

USA 9/5

Sweden 16/5

Finland 13/2

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