Updated Stanley Cup Odds

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LAS VEGAS, NV (The Spread) - Following an eventful first week in free agency, here's the latest odds to win the 2015 Stanley Cup.

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According to oddsmakers from online sports book BetDSI, the Bruins and Blackhawks are now co-favored to win next year's Stanley Cup at 8/1 odds. The defending champion Kings are right in that same mix at 9/1 while the Penguins, Blues and Ducks are all 12/1. The Sharks, meanwhile, are 14/1 to win the 2015 Cup.

Continuing with the current odds, the Rangers are 15/1, the Lightning are 16/1 and a host of teams including the Canadiens, Wild, Avalanche, Stars and Red Wings are all 18/1, respectively. The Flyers are also 30/1, while the Blue Jackets and Canucks are both 35/1. The Capitals are 40/1 while the Maple Leafs are 45/1.

Some mid-range long shots including the Senators, Coyotes and Islanders, who are all 55/1, while the Jets are 60/1. The Predators, Panthers, Devils, Hurricanes and Oilers are all 65/1, while the two teams with the longest odds to win the 2015 Stanley Cup are the Sabres and Flames at 100/1, respectively.

The Blues arguably made the biggest splash in free agency, landing the top center on the market in former Aves center Paul Stastny (4 years, $28 million). The Wild also made a bold move in signing former Canadien left wing Thomas Vanek to a three-year, $19.5 million contract while the Pens signed the best defenseman on the market in Christian Ehrhoff (one-year, $4 million).

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