Bookmakers Release Opening Odds To Win The 2024 Stanley Cup

The 2023 Stanley Cup Finals are (finally) underway with the Vegas Knights leading the Florida Panthers one game to none and game 2 set for Monday night in Las Vegas. And while the 2022-23 season begins to wind down, bookmakers are busy with the upcoming 2023-24 season, and have already posted their opening odds to win next year’s Stanley Cup.

There are no real surprises at the top, with Colorado (+800) next year’s favorite out of the starting gates. The Toronto Maple Leafs and Edmonton Oilers hold the second best odds (+1100), followed by the New Jersey Devils, Boston Bruins, Vegas Knights, Carolina Hurricanes and  Tampa Bay Lightning at +1300. [Click to enlarge]

Odds courtesy of Fan Duel

The Washington Capitals currently sit with the St. Louis Blues and Seattle Kraken a +5500. No respect for the Kraken or the Florida Panthers.

For what it’s worth, both the Florida Panthers and Vegas Knights, this years finalists, opened at +1000 in June of last year. [Last year’s opening odds here.]

It should be noted that these odds will change as we move through the summer, following the draft, trades and free agency. We will revisit the odds after free agency and again on opening night.

By Jon Sorensen

About Jon Sorensen

Jon has been a Caps fan since day one, attending his first game at the Capital Centre in 1974. His interest in the Caps has grown over the decades and included time as a season ticket holder. He has been a journalist covering the team for 10+ years, primarily focusing on analysis, analytics and prospect development.
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6 Responses to Bookmakers Release Opening Odds To Win The 2024 Stanley Cup

  1. Sprak says:

    putting my life savings on Arizona rn

  2. Anonymous says:

    Panthers incurred seven minor penalties vs. Vegas in Game One. Florida only got two power plays. Total coincidence. I watched the game. At least three of those penalties against Florida were totally of the phantom type. Then Vegas’s guy crashed into goalie Bobrovsky a top speed and knocked him on his keister, the goal off its moorings. No penalty. Vegas spent large parts of the game on the power play — that they didn’t deserve. The fix is in

  3. Anonymous says:

    Get these great odds and put your money on the caps while you can.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Caps 25th. That seems about right.

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  6. Harrison Brown says:

    Need to see what happens in the next 3 weeks before even thinking about this.

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