Conn Smythe Trophy Odds


(TheSpread) – The 2014 Stanley Cup Final begins on Wednesday. Which player will emerge as the best player in the series and win the Conn Smythe Trophy?

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According to oddsmakers at BetDSI, Henrik Lundqvist is favored to win the honor, as he has 5/2 odds. Other short odds to win are Drew Doughty (7/2) and Anze Kopitar (7/2).

Lundqvist is the goalie for the Rangers and has 12 wins in the playoffs and has a save percentage of .928. He is allowing just 2.03 goals per game and has one shutout in these playoffs.

Doughty is a defenseman for the Kings. He has racked up 16 points in the playoffs thus far, having four goals and 12 assists. He has a +5 in the postseason.

Kopitar is a center for the Kings. He has a playoff-best 24 points right now with five goals and 19 assists in the postseason. He has a +9 on the ice in the playoffs as well.

Goalies and centers tend to have the best chance of winning the honor. Jonathan Quick, the L.A. goalie, won the honor in 2012. Goalies have won this honor five times since 2001 while centers have won four times.

Bet on Conn Smythe Trophy Odds

The 2014 Stanley Cup Final begins on Wednesday in Los Angeles. For odds to win the 2014 Conn Smythe Trophy, see below

2014 Conn Smythe Trophy Odds

Henrik Lundqvist (Rangers) 5/2

Drew Doughty (Kings) 7/2

Anze Kopitar (Kings) 7/2

Jonathan Quick (Kings) 4/1

Martin St Louis (Rangers) 6/1

Jeff Carter (Kings) 8/1

Marian Gaborik (Kings) 18/1

Ryan McDonagh (Rangers) 25/1

Brian Boyle (Rangers) 30/1

Brad Richards (Rangers) 30/1

Justin Williams (Kings) 30/1

Mike Richards (Kings) 30/1

Derek Stepan (Rangers) 35/1

Dustin Brown (Kings) 35/1

Tyler Toffoli (Kings) 40/1

Rick Nash (Rangers) 40/1

Jake Muzzin (Kings) 40/1

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