NHL Western Conference Series Odds
The Western Conference Playoffs in the NHL feature four intriguing matchups. Here’s a look at the series odds for all four pairings.
According to oddsmakers at YouWager, the Predators are the clear favorite in this series, as they are getting odds of -505 to win. Colorado is listed with a money line of +410 to prevail. Nashville is the top seed in the West and the Central Region of the playoffs and the Predators will have home-ice in this series. These two teams met four times during the season and Nashville won all four meetings. The Predators have actually won their last 10 against Colorado, dating back to 2016. This season, Nashville had a 17-8 advantage in goals over their four meetings with the Avalanche.
According to oddsmakers, the Jets are favored to prevail in this series. Winnipeg is getting odds of -210 to win, while Minnesota has a money line of +180 to prevail. The Jets will have the home-ice advantage in this series. These two faced off four times during the season and Winnipeg won three of the four games. The home team also won three of the four meetings. The Jets scored 14 goals over the four encounters while the Wild had 10.
According to oddsmakers, the Knights are favored in their first playoff series. They are getting odds of -130 to win, while the Kings are getting a money line of +110 to prevail. The Knights won the Pacific Division and will have the home-ice advantage in this first-round series. During four meetings this season, each team won twice. Both teams won a game at home and on the road, with two going to OT. The Kings tallied 11 goals over the four games while the Knights had 10.
Oddsmakers have the Ducks as a slight favorite in this series, with Anaheim getting odds of -125 to win. San Jose is listed with a money line of +105 to prevail in the series. These two were separated by just a point in the final standings, but Anaheim has the home-ice edge. These two met four times during the season and San Jose captured three wins, including two in Anaheim. The Sharks scored 13 goals in the four games while the Ducks had 8.