It's been an offseason of change for the Nashville Predators. With a new regime in town, are they worth a look on the NHL odds in terms of futures?
The Coyotes battled through another year of “will they move or won’t they” distractions, and missed the playoff for the second season in a row. Can they overcome the NHL odds and qualify this time?
The San Jose Sharks have a history of collapses, but last season might have been the worst yet. It could carry into this season, so avoid their NHL odds and futures.
The Calgary Flames finished the 2013-14 season on a high note on a 19-13-0 run. Will the Flames continue to trend upward and be a viable nightly option on the NHL odds?
Under Patrick Roy, the Colorado Avalanche became one of the most exciting teams in the NHL. Can the Avs take the next step? They could be a reasonable bet on the NHL odds for futures.
The Los Angeles Kings are coming off their second Stanley Cup win in three years. They’re at 9/1 on the NHL odds to do it again. Can they Kings again contend for another Cup in the challenging West?
The Ducks finished with the most regular season points in the Western last season but failed to make a deep playoff run. The NHL odds list them at 9/1 to win the Cup and go further this time around.
The Chicago Blackhawks have been to the Western Conference final or further in four of the last six years with two Stanley Cup wins. Are they worth a play on the NHL odds for the 2014-15 season?
The St. Louis Blues had another inconspicuous early playoff loss…when will they get it together? How about this year? Read on to find out if there’s value with them on the NHL odds.
Opening night of the NHL season is less than a month away. The NHL odds are posted for that first Thursday, so let’s take a look to see if there’s any value.
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