Odds to Win the Stanley Cup in 2011

After an exciting end to the 2009-10 NHL season, puck heads are already preparing themselves for next season. Vegas is even getting in on the action, releasing their odds to win the Stanley Cup in 2011. The Chicago Blackhawks are currently leading the way with 11/2 odds at clinching back-to-back titles. Coming in at number two are the Pittsburgh Penguins at 6/1. The 2010 President’s Trophy winning Washington Capitals hold strong at number three with 13/2 odds. Rounding out the top five are the playoff struggling Sharks at 9/1 and the Red Wings, looking to rebound after an injury filled campaign, at 12/1.

The Chicago Blackhawks are favorites to repeat as Stanley Cup Champions in 2011
The Chicago Blackhawks are favorites to repeat as Stanley Cup Champions in 2011

Check out the complete list below to see what chances your favorite team has to raise the Stanley Cup next season.

Anaheim Ducks 40/1

Atlanta Thrashers 50/1

Boston Bruins 20/1

Buffalo Sabres 18/1

Calgary Flames 25/1

Carolina Hurricanes 50/1

Chicago Blackhawks 11/2

Colorado Avalanche 30/1

Columbus Blue Jackets 40/1

Dallas Stars 40/1

Detroit Red Wings 12/1

Edmonton Oilers 75/1

Florida Panthers 50/1

Los Angeles Kings 25/1

Minnesota Wild 40/1

Montreal Canadiens 30/1

Nashville Predators 28/1

New Jersey Devils 20/1

New York Islanders 75/1

New York Rangers 28/1

Ottawa Senators 22/1

Philadelphia Flyers 15/1

Phoenix Coyotes 25/1

Pittsburgh Penguins 6/1

San Jose Sharks 9/1

St. Louis Blues 45/1

Tampa Bay Lightning 60/1

Toronto Maple Leafs 75/1

Vancouver Canucks 15/1

Washington Capitals 13/2


  1. Wow, how the heck do they determine these numbers? Evidently nobody told them that the Blackhawks are going to run into severe salary cap issues next season which could significantly hinder their chances of a repeat. I’d love to see how this list changes after the free agency frenzy.

  2. Not sure how they determine these but they must have some idea of what they are doing……those Las Vegas
    casinos and sports books looked like they were doing OK last time I saw them.

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