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NHL 2013 odds: Who are the favorites for playoffs, awards and prop bets?

Sean Leahy
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It was last season where our friends at Bovada revealed their 2011-12 NHL player props that listed Evgeni Malkin as a 30/1 favorite for the Hart Trophy and 30/1 for the Art Ross Trophy. Coming off major knee surgery, there was no way to predict how dominant the Pittsburgh Penguins center would be; but given those odds, throwing some money down on both props turned out to be a very good value.

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We know how the story ended, and if you were lucky enough to get in while the odds were still 30/1 for both, then you had plenty of beer money coming your way at the end of last June.

With the 2013 NHL season on the horizon is just over a week, Bovada released their individual player and team props for the upcoming year, plus odds to win each individual division.

Atlantic Division - Odds to win
New York Rangers +190
Pittsburgh Penguins +210
Philadelphia Flyers +250
New Jersey Devils +600
New York Islanders +1600

Northeast Division - Odds to win
Boston Bruins +130
Buffalo Sabres +300
Montreal Canadiens +500
Ottawa Senators +550
Toronto Maple Leafs +550

Southeast Division - Odds to win
Florida Panthers +450
Washington Capitals +225
Tampa Bay Lightning +300
Winnipeg Jets +900
Carolina Hurricanes +220

Central Division - Odds to win
St. Louis Blues +225
Nashville Predators +550
Detroit Red Wings +300
Chicago Blackhawks +150
Columbus Blue Jackets +2000

Northwest Division - Odds to win
Vancouver Canucks EVEN
Calgary Flames +1200
Colorado Avalanche +1200
Minnesota Wild +300
Edmonton Oilers +300

Pacific Division - Odds to win
Phoenix Coyotes +800
San Jose Sharks +275
Los Angeles Kings -125
Dallas Stars +800
Anaheim Ducks +800

After the jump, your NHL awards favorites, plus points over/unders for all 30 teams.

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(Note: Bovada did not release odds for the Calder Trophy. "We will not be offering Rookie of the Year odds because with the shortened season there are no exhibition games and we do not know which rookies will make the team until 6 games into the season," said Bovada Sportsbook Manager Kevin Bradley.)

Who will win the Hart Memorial Trophy as the NHL’s Most Valuable Player?

Sidney Crosby (PIT) 4/1
Steven Stamkos (TB) 6/1
Alex Ovechkin (WAS) 13/2
Claude Giroux (PHI) 13/2
Evgeni Malkin (PIT) 13/2
Henrik Sedin (VAN) 19/2
Brad Richards (NYR) 20/1
Jonathan Toews (CHI) 20/1
Eric Staal (CAR) 30/1
Phil Kessel (TOR) 30/1
Any Defenseman 30/1
Any Goaltender 5/1
Any Other Forward 11/5

Worth throwing something on any of the long shots listed? Eh, maybe not this year.

Who will win the Maurice "Rocket" Richard Trophy Trophy as the NHL’s Top Goal Scorer?

Steven Stamkos (TB) 11/4
Alexander Ovechkin (WAS) 4/1
Sidney Crosby (PIT) 4/1
Evgeni Malkin (PIT) 5/1
Daniel Sedin (VAN) 13/2
Rick Nash (NYR) 10/1
Ilya Kovalchuk (NJ) 14/1
Corey Perry (ANA) 18/1
Phil Kessel (TOR) 18/1
Jonathan Toews (CHI) 25/1
Jarome Iginla (CAL) 30/1
John Tavares (NYI) 30/1
Taylor Hall (EDM) 30/1
James Neal (PIT) 35/1
Patrick Marleau (SJ) 35/1
Jeff Carter (LA) 40/1
Patrick Sharp (CHI) 40/1
Field (Any Other Player) 25/1

Let's just give the trophy to Stamkos already and sit back and enjoy him gunning for 50 in 48, OK?

Who will win the James Norris Trophy as the NHL’s best defenseman?

Erik Karlsson (OTT) 4/1
Zdeno Chara (BOS) 9/2
Shea Weber (NAS) 13/2
Kris Letang (PIT) 7/1
Alex Pietrangelo (STL) 10/1
Ryan Suter (MIN) 10/1
Brian Campbell (FLA) 12/1
Dan Boyle (SJ) 12/1
Alexander Edler (VAN) 15/1
Dustin Byfuglien (WPG) 15/1
Dion Phaneuf (TOR) 20/1
P.K. Subban (MTL) 20/1
Keith Yandle (PHO) 22/1
Michael Del Zotto (NYR) 25/1
Tobias Enstrom (WPG) 25/1
Jack Johnson (CBJ) 30/1
Mark Giordano (CGY) 35/1
Mark Streit (NYI) 35/1
Field (Any Other Player) 9/1

The usual suspects at the top for the league's top defenseman. Pietrangelo, a future Norris winner at some point in his career, is looking pretty good at 10/1.

Who will win the Vezina Trophy for being the NHL’s top Goaltender?

Henrik Lundqvist (NYR) 4/1
Jonathan Quick (LA) 5/1
Pekka Rinne (NAS) 7/1
Ryan Miller (BUF) 8/1
Jimmy Howard (DET) 9/1
Cory Schneider (VAN) 12/1
Jaroslav Halak (STL) 12/1
Tuukka Rask (BOS) 12/1
Mike Smith (PHO) 15/1
Marc-Andre Fleury (PIT) 16/1
Martin Brodeur (NJ) 16/1
Cam Ward (CAR) 18/1
Carey Price (MON) 18/1
Roberto Luongo (VAN) 18/1
Niklas Backstrom (MIN) 20/1
Braden Holtby (WAS) 25/1
Kari Lehtonen (DAL) 35/1
Craig Anderson (OTT) 40/1
Ondrej Pavelec (WPG) 40/1
Semyon Varlamov (COL) 40/1
Devan Dubnyk (EDM) 50/1
Field (Any Other Player) 33/1

How far does Luongo's odds drop once if he's dealt to the Toronto Maple Leafs?

Who will win the Art Ross Trophy as the NHL’s points leader?

Sidney Crosby (PIT) 11/4
Evgeni Malkin (PIT) 5/1
Steven Stamkos (TB) 5/1
Alex Ovechkin (WAS) 6/1
Daniel Sedin (VAN) 8/1
Nicklas Backstrom (WAS) 14/1
Claude Giroux (PHI) 18/1
Henrik Sedin (VAN) 18/1
John Tavares (NYI) 18/1
Brad Richards (NYR) 20/1
Rick Nash (NYR) 28/1
Jonathan Toews (CHI) 30/1
Phil Kessel (TOR) 30/1
Martin St. Louis (TB) 35/1
Ryan Nugent-Hopkins (EDM) 35/1
Corey Perry (ANA) 40/1
Henrik Zetterberg (DET) 40/1
Ilya Kovalchuk (NJ) 40/1
Jason Spezza (OTT) 40/1
Pavel Datsyuk (DET) 40/1
Eric Staal (CAR) 45/1
Joe Thornton (SJ) 45/1
Zach Parise (MIN) 45/1
Ryan Getzlaf (ANA) 50/1
James Neal (PIT) 55/1
Mikko Koivu (MIN) 55/1
Jordan Eberle (EDM) 85/1
Patrick Sharp (CHI) 85/1
Anze Kopitar (LA) 100/1
Jarome Iginla (CAL) 100/1
Field (Any Other Player) 25/1

This should be a really fun race to track between defending champion Malkin, a hopefully healthy Crosby, a return to form Ovechkin, and the goal-scoring machine in Stamkos. Can Henrik Sedin sneak in there with the top dogs at 18/1?

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Now, here are the over/under points props for every team, along with odds on them making (or missing) the playoffs. (These are all based on the official schedule coming in at 48 games.)

Anaheim Ducks Regular Season Points: 53½
Anaheim Ducks to make the playoffs? Yes -140 No +110

Boston Bruins Regular Season Points: 57½
Boston Bruins to make the playoffs? Yes -900 No +550

Buffalo Sabres Regular Season Points: 54½
Buffalo Sabres to make the playoffs? Yes -165 No +135

Calgary Flames Regular Season Points: 50½
Calgary Flames to make the playoffs? Yes +425 No -625

Carolina Hurricanes Regular Season Points: 53½
Carolina Hurricanes to make the playoffs? Yes -215 No +175

Chicago Blackhawks Regular Season Points: 57½
Chicago Blackhawks to make the playoffs? Yes -800 No +500

Colorado Avalanche Regular Season Points: 52½
Colorado Avalanche to make the playoffs? Yes +400 No -600

Columbus Blue Jackets Regular Season Points: 47½
Columbus Blue Jackets to make the playoffs? Yes +475 No -700

Dallas Stars Regular Season Points: 52½
Dallas Stars to make the playoffs? Yes +350 No -500

Detroit Red Wings Regular Season Points: 56½
Detroit Red Wings to make the playoffs? Yes -290 No +230

Edmonton Oilers Regular Season Points: 53½
Edmonton Oilers to make the playoffs? Yes -125 No -105

Florida Panthers Regular Season Points: 52½
Florida Panthers to make the playoffs? Yes +300 No -400

Los Angeles Kings Regular Season Points: 58½
Los Angeles Kings to make the playoffs? Yes -900 No +550

Minnesota Wild Regular Season Points: 54½
Minnesota Wild to make the playoffs? Yes -265 No +205

Montreal Canadiens Regular Season Points: 53½
Montreal Canadiens to make the playoffs? Yes +200 No -260

Nashville Predators Regular Season Points: 53½
Nashville Predators to make the playoffs? Yes -165 No +135

New Jersey Devils Regular Season Points: 53½
New Jersey Devils to make the playoffs? Yes -135 No +105

New York Islanders Regular Season Points: 49½
New York Islanders to make the playoffs? Yes +475 No -700

New York Rangers Regular Season Points: 60½
New York Rangers to make the playoffs? Yes -900 No +550

Ottawa Senators Regular Season Points: 52½
Ottawa Senators to make the playoffs? Yes +350 No -500

Philadelphia Flyers Regular Season Points: 57½
Philadelphia Flyers Regular to make the playoffs? Yes -800 No +500

Phoenix Coyotes Regular Season Points: 50½
Phoenix Coyotes to make the playoffs? Yes +275 No -350

Pittsburgh Penguins Regular Season Points: 61½
Pittsburgh Penguins to make the playoffs? Yes -1000 No +600

San Jose Sharks Regular Season Points: 54½
San Jose Sharks to make the playoffs? Yes -165 No +135

St. Louis Blues Regular Season Points: 57½
St. Louis Blues to make the playoffs? Yes -800 No +500

Tampa Bay Lightning Regular Season Points: 53½
Tampa Bay Lightning to make the playoffs? Yes -145 No +115

Toronto Maple Leafs Regular Season Points: 53½
Toronto Maple Leafs to make the playoffs? Yes +200 No -260

Vancouver Canucks Regular Season Points: 58½
Vancouver Canucks to make the playoffs? Yes -1200 No +650

Washington Capitals Regular Season Points: 54½
Washington Capitals to make the playoffs? Yes -800 No +500

Winnipeg Jets Regular Season Points: 50½
Winnipeg Jets to make the playoffs? Yes +475 No -700

Be sure to check out your favorite team's Stanley Cup odds, which we brought you on Monday.

So where are you putting your money this season?

Follow Sean Leahy on Twitter at @Sean_Leahy

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