2022 Stanley Cup Odds Tracker

Updated Dec 15, 2021

Sports Interaction’s NHL Stanley Cup Odds Tracker lets you monitor the constantly shifting odds for all teams in the National Hockey League. You can use our interactive tracker to compare and contrast individual teams, conferences and divisions as the teams compete for hockey’s greatest prize.

2022 Stanley Cup Top Contenders

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    Which team is currently leading the odds to win the 2022 Stanley Cup? Simply mouse over the most recent date to see which teams are the most recent favourites. You can even see how their odds have shifted over the last year.

    2022 Stanley Cup Playoff Updates

    The last day of the 2021/22 regular season will be April 29 and the Stanley Cup Playoffs should begin on May 2.

    The last possible day of the Stanley Cup Final will be June 30.

    The 2021/2022 Stanley Cup Playoff Format

    After the odd formatting that came about in 2020/21 as a result of COVID-19, the NHL will be returning to the usual format with the top team in the conference playing the second wild card team in a best-of-seven, the other division winner playing the first wild card and number two team playing the number three team in an inter-divisional matchup.

    Top Eastern Conference Teams

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      Atlantic Division

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        Metropolitan Division

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          Top Western Conference Teams

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            Central Division

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              Pacific Division

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                Canadian NHL Teams – Best Odds to Win Stanley Cup

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                  Ask any Canadian, and they will tell you (angrily) that the Stanley Cup hasn’t been won by a Canadian team since 1994. That’s so long ago, that most of the young players in the league weren’t yet born the last time it was won by a Canadian city. The Montreal Canadiens were the last to do it. They’re +19800 long shots to do it again in 2021. But what about the rest of the Canadian teams?

                  The Toronto Maple Leafs currently have the best odds for a Canadian team on the 2022 NHL Futures board, at +800. The Oilers are next in line, priced at +1400.  The Flames at +1700, the Winnipeg Jets at +2900 and the Ottawa Senators are the Canadian longshots, priced at +23100.  For you Sens fans, that means that if you put a $20 bet on your team to hoist Lord Stanley next season, and they somehow pulled it off, you’d win $4640.00.

                  Past Championships for Canadian Teams

                  TeamStanley CupsFinals AppearancesLast ChampionshipLast Finals Appearance
                  Montreal Canadiens243319931993
                  Toronto Maple Leafs132119671967
                  Edmonton Oilers5719902006
                  Calgary Flames1319892004
                  Vancouver Canucks03N/A2011
                  Ottawa Senators01N/A2007
                  Winnipeg Jets00N/AN/A

                  What is a Stanley Cup Futures Bet?

                  You don’t have to wait for the actual tournament to bet on the Stanley Cup however, thanks to futures betting, because as soon as a Stanley Cup Champion is crowned, futures odds on next year’s potential winner are posted. As with most futures odds, because there are so many unknowns that could affect a team before and throughout the regular season, making a bet on the future winner is a calculated risk.

                  Understanding NHL Betting Odds

                  Let’s take a look at this game between the Philadelphia Flyers and the Montreal Canadiens as our example. In the moneyline column, you can see the following numbers:

                  Philadelphia -146

                  Montreal +122

                  This means that the Flyers are favored to win, as shown by the minus sign written in front of the 146, and the Canadiens are the underdogs, as shown by the plus sign in front of the 122.

                  Over/Under

                  You can also bet on the total number of goals scored in a game. In the above example, the sportsbook has set a an Over/Under of 5. Usually that Over/Under or Totals number will be set around 5 and 6.5 for NHL games, and you’re betting on whether the number of goals scored in that game will be more (Over) or less (Under) the listed number.

                  To learn more, click here to read our complete guide to betting on NHL hockey games.