Updated 2014 Stanley Cup Odds

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(The Spread) - The 2013-14 NHL regular season is set to start this week and oddsmakers have updated the 2014 Stanley Cup Finals odds. Let's take a look.

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According to oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv, the Blackhawks are 6/1 favorites to win the 2014 Stanley Cup, while the Penguins have the next-best odds at 15/2. The Bruins at 10/1, the Kings at 12/1, and the Blues at 14/1 wrap up the top-5 in terms of the odds.

Continuing with the current Stanley Cup odds, the Red Wings and Canucks are 16/1, respectively, while the Sharks and Maple Leafs are 18/1, respectively, to win the 2014 Stanley Cup. The Oilers, Wild, Rangers and Senators are all 20/1, respectively.

The Flyers are 22/1, the Ducks and Capitals are 25/1, respectively, while the Canadiens are 28/1. The Islanders and Lightning are 33/1, respectively, while the Hurricanes, Blue Jackets and Stars are all 40/1, respectively. The Avalanche, Predators and Devils are 50/1, respectively, while the Coyotes and Jets are 66/1, respectively.

The long shots include the Sabres and Flames are 100/1, respectively, while the Panthers have the longest odds at 150/1.

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