2013 NHL Draft Prop Odds
NEWARK, NJ (The Spread) - The 2013 NHL Entry Draft is this Sunday, June 30 and oddsmakers have released prop odds surrounding this year's event.
How many players from the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) will be drafted in the first round this year? And how many players from the Western Hockey League and Quebec Major Hockey League be drafted in the first round? According to oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv have set the over/under total at 7 for OHL players drafted in the first round, 6 for WHL players drafted in the first, and 7 for QMHL players drafted in the first round.
Continuing with the prop odds, how many forwards will be drafted in the first round this year? The total has been set at 19 for the forwards, 10 for the number of defensemen, and 1 for the number of goaltenders selected in the first round this year.
Which player will be drafted first overall this year? Max Domi of London is a -140 money line favorite over Bo Horvat (London), who has EVEN odds. Anthony Mantha (Val-d'Or) and Valentin Zykov (Baie-Comeau) both have -120 odds, respectively, to be drafted first overall.
Who will the Montreal Canadiens draft with their first overall pick (No. 25 overall) in the draft? A forward is favored at -140, while defenseman is +110 and goaltender has odds of +2000.
Who will the Ottawa Senators draft with their first overall (No. 17 overall) pick in the draft? The favorite is forward at -160 odds, while a defenseman is +130 and a goaltender is +1500.
Forwards are also favorite at -175 to be the first pick of the Toronto Maple Leafs, while a defenseman is +145 and a goaltender is +1500. The forward position is -170 to be the Flames' first pick (No. 6 overall), defenseman is +150 and goaltender is +1200.
Finally, how many trades will there be the day of the draft? The over/under total is set for 5.5, with the odds slated at -120 for both the over and the under, respectively.