Stanley Cup odds for every NHL team

Justin Sullivan

The NHL season is going to begin on Tuesday night. What are the odds that your favorite team wins the Cup this year?

The Chicago Blackhawks are favored to repeat as Stanley Cup champion, according to the oddsmakers at Bovada.

With the 2013-14 season set to begin on Tuesday night, Bovada released their final preseason odds on Monday morning. Chicago is given a 6/1 margin to become the first team since the Detroit Red Wings to win consecutive championships in the NHL. The Pittsburgh Penguins have the second best odds (15/2), followed by the Boston Bruins (12/1), Los Angeles Kings (12/1) and St. Louis Blues (12/1).

St. Louis was projected to win the Stanley Cup this season by EA Sports' virtual simulation of the 2013-14 season.

Here's the rest of Bovada's preseason odds for the Cup:

Detroit (16/1)
Vancouver (16/1)
San Jose (18/1)
Toronto (18/1)
Edmonton (20/1)
New York Rangers (20/1)
Ottawa (20/1)
Minnesota (22/1)
Philadelphia (22/1)
Anaheim (25/1)
Washington (25/1)
Montreal (28/1)
New York Islanders (33/1)
Tampa Bay (33/1)
Carolina (40/1)
Columbus (40/1)
Dallas (40/1)
Colorado (50/1)
Nashville (50/1)
New Jersey (50/1)
Phoenix (66/1)
Winnipeg (66/1)
Buffalo (100/1)
Calgary (100/1)
Florida (150/1)

In addition, Bovada also provided the odds for who will finish in first place in each of the NHL's four divisions this season, as well as in each conference.

* Boston (11/5) is given the best odds to win the Atlantic followed by Detroit (7/2), Ottawa (9/2), Toronto (9/2), Montreal (11/2), Tampa Bay (9/1), Buffalo (30/1) and Florida (50/1).

* Pittsburgh (5/6) is given the best odds to win the Metropolitan followed by the Rangers (6/1), Philadelphia (7/1), Washington (15/2), the Islanders (17/2), Carolina (16/1), Columbus (16/1) and New Jersey (16/1).

* Chicago (5/8) is given the best odds to win the Central followed by St. Louis (13/4), Minnesota (6/1), Dallas (14/1), Colorado (18/1), Nashville (18/1) and Winnipeg (18/1).

* Los Angeles (8/5) is given the best odds to win the Pacific followed by Vancouver (3/1), San Jose (9/2), Anaheim (11/2), Edmonton (11/2), Phoenix (16/1) and Calgary (30/1).

Chicago is given 5/2 odds to win the Western Conference and Pittsburgh is given 10/3 odds to win the East.

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