Conn Smythe Trophy Odds


(TheSpread) – The 2012 Stanley Cup Finals begin on Wednesday. Here is a look at the odds to win the Conn Smythe Trophy, which goes to the MVP of the playoffs.

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The Stanley Cup Finals feature the Los Angeles Kings taking on the New Jersey Devils. Oddsmakers have the Kings as a slight favorite to win this series and L.A. goaltender Jonathan Quick is the favorite to win this trophy, as he has 1/1 odds. Other short odds to win are New Jersey goalie, Martin Brodeur (3/1), L.A. wingman Dustin Brown (5/1), and Devils forward Ilya Kovalchuk (6/1).

Quick has allowed just 22 goals during the playoffs over 14 games, which is an average of 1.54 goals per game. He has a save percentage of .946. The Conn Smythe has been won by a goalie four times in the last 10 Stanley Cup Finals.

Brodeur is the goalie for the Devils. He has allowed 37 goals over 18 games, for a 2.04 average. His save percentage is just .923.

Brown has seven goals and nine assists in the playoffs for the Kings. His +/- is 13 and he has a total of 49 shots on goal. A wing man has not won this award since 1995.

Kovalchuk is a left winger for the Devils. He has a total of seven goals and 11 assists in the postseason. His +/- is actually -4 and his total shots on goal is 58.

For a look at the odds to win the 2012 Conn Smythe Trophy, see below

2012 Conn Smythe Trophy Odds To Win

Jonathan Quick (Kings) 1/1

Martin Brodeur (Devils) 3/1

Dustin Brown (Kings) 5/1

Ilya Kovalchuk (Devils) 6/1

Anze Kopitar (Kings) 10/1

Zach Parise (Devils) 12/1

Drew Doughty (Kings) 12/1

Mike Richards (Kings) 20/1

Travis Zajac (Devils) 25/1

David Clarkson (Devils) 30/1

Dustin Penner (Kings) 30/1

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