Stanley Cup odds: Live futures odds for all 32 NHL teams, including betting favorite Avalanche

With the puck set to drop on a new hockey season, it’s the perfect time to examine Stanley Cup odds at top-rated sportsbooks. Look at this like a clean sheet of ice, and get ready to fire on the NHL’s next champion after the Vegas Golden Knights hoisted the first Stanley Cup in franchise history last season.

We’ve got live futures odds for all 32 NHL teams including the Colorado Avalanche, who are the betting favorite in Stanley Cup odds. Take this opportunity to claim the best sports betting promos across the industry ahead of the 2023-24 NHL season.

2024 Stanley Cup futures odds on top NHL betting apps 

Here are live Stanley Cup odds for all 32 NHL teams on the best sports betting apps.

 

Avalanche  

The Avs remain one of the league’s most complete teams after getting bounced early from last year’s NHL Playoffs by the Kraken. That could be a blessing in disguise for a team that hopes to have star defenseman Cale Makar back in the lineup to start the new season. Makar continues to recover from a lower-body injury that’s kept him out of the preseason lineup.

Nathan MacKinnon returns as Colorado’s offensive catalyst. After signing a deal last year that made him the NHL’s highest paid player, MacKinnon led all Avalanche skaters with 111 points. Colorado bolstered its second line with the addition of Ryan Johansen in a trade with Nashville during the offseason.

The Avs are to win the NHL’s Western Conference.

Hurricanes

Sebastian Aho returns as Carolina’s top sniper (36 goals last year), and the Hurricanes will look to make the playoffs for a sixth straight season. Carolina advanced to the Eastern Conference Final last season before getting swept by Florida.

With Aho and Martin Necas pacing the offense, Carolina has two of the league’s best defenseman back in Brian Burns and Jaccob Slavin. The Canes are known for deploying one of the league’s most aggressive forechecking systems, which limits chances and goals for the opposition.

Expect that to be the case again, as Carolina is to win the Eastern Conference.

Oilers

Yes, the Oilers have the biggest name in hockey in Connor McDavid, who led the NHL in goals (64) and points (153) last season. But they’ve also got one of the NHL’s top scoring talents in Leon Draisaitl, who tallied 52 goals last year.

The Oilers lost to the eventual Stanley Cup champion Vegas Golden Knights the second round of the playoffs last year. It wouldn’t be a surprise to see Edmonton win its first Stanley Cup since 1990 this time around.

Most recent Stanley Cup winners and preseason odds 

We’ve previewed three of the top 2024 Stanley Cup contenders, and provided futures odds for all 32 NHL teams heading into the new season. Let’s take a look back and see what Stanley Cup champions have produced the biggest payouts for bettors over the last decade based on their preseason odds (via SportsOddsHistory.com). 

  • 2023: Vegas Golden Knights (+1800)
  • 2022: Colorado Avalanche (+600)
  • 2021: Tampa Bay Lightning (+900)
  • 2020: Tampa Bay Lightning (+675)
  • 2019: St. Louis Blues (+3000)
  • 2018: Washington Capitals (+1125)
  • 2017: Pittsburgh Penguins (+1100)
  • 2016: Pittsburgh Penguins (+1300)
  • 2015: Chicago Blackhawks (+700)
  • 2014: Los Angeles Kings (+1200) 

How to bet Stanley Cup odds at top-rated sportsbooks

As you can see from the list above, the St. Louis Blues are the biggest longshot to win the Stanley Cup over the last decade. We’ll use the winning bet on the Blues to explain how to bet Stanley Cup odds on top NHL betting apps. 

At odds of +3000, a $100 bet on the Blues returned $3,100 ($3,000 in winnings and your original $100 bet stake back) to win the Stanley Cup in 2019. Your implied probability of winning the bet was just 3.23% at those odds. Proof positive that longshots do pay off on occasion! 

Stanley Cup futures odds can vary at different sportsbooks — and they will often fluctuate greatly over the course of the regular season and playoffs. If you open accounts at multiple sportsbooks, this allows you line shop for the best Stanley Cup odds at any given time. This is critical to your bottom line and long-term success as a hockey bettor.  

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