2014 Winter Olympic hockey odds: Canada favorite to win Gold

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Canada's men's and women's hockey teams are the early favorite to win Gold at the Sochi Olympics.

The Canadian men's and women's hockey teams are the leading favorites to win Gold at the 2014 Winter Olympics according to the odds released by Bovada on Wednesday afternoon.

The men's team, which won Gold at the 2010 games in Vancouver, opens as 2/1 favorites while the women opened at 5/6.

The United States opens at 6/1 to win Gold in the men's tournament, while the host Russians are 9/4. Alex Ovechkin is the early favorite to be the top goal-scorer in the tournament as well as the tournament MVP. Here is the complete list of odds for every team, including the longest of the long shots, Slovenia -- participating in its very first Olympic hockey tournament -- and Austria.

2014 Olympic Ice Hockey -- Men’s Gold Medal

Canada 2/1

Russia 9/4

Sweden 9/2

USA 6/1

Finland 11/1

Czech Republic 12/1

Switzerland 33/1

Slovakia 40/1

Norway 200/1

Latvia 400/1

Austria 1000/1

Slovenia 1000/1

2014 Olympic Ice Hockey - Women's Gold Medal

Canada Women             5/6       

USA Women                 10/11

Finland Women             18/1     

Russia Women              22/1     

Sweden Women            25/1     

Switzerland Women       50/1     

Germany Women           100/1   

Japan Women               150/1

2014 Olympic Ice Hockey - Men's Group A Winner

Russia              1/2       

USA                 7/4       

Slovakia           9/1       

Slovenia           100/1   

2014 Olympic Ice Hockey - Men's Group B Winner                 

Canada             1/7       

Finland             7/2       

Norway             50/1     

Austria              100/1   

2014 Olympic Ice Hockey - Men's Group C Winner                 

Sweden                        1/2       

Czech Republic             2/1       

Switzerland                   7/1       

Latvia                         80/1     

2014 Olympic Ice Hockey Men - Group Parlays (Parlay of who will win each group)

Russia, Canada & Sweden                     3/2

USA, Canada & Sweden                        15/4

Russia, Canada & Czech Republic          15/4

USA, Canada & Czech Republic             8/1

Russia, Finland & Sweden                     9/1

USA, Finland & Sweden                         16/1

Russia, Finland & Czech Republic          18/1

USA, Finland & Czech Republic             33/1

2014 Olympic Ice Hockey Men's - Will Canada Win A Medal?              

Yes                  -400     (1/4)

No                    +275     (11/4)

2014 Olympic Ice Hockey Men's - Will Russia Win A Medal?               

Yes                  -300     (1/3)

No                    +220     (11/5)

2014 Olympic Ice Hockey Men's - Will Sweden Win A Medal?

Yes                  -150     (2/3)

No                    +120     (6/5)

2014 Olympic Ice Hockey Men's - Will USA Win A Medal?                   

Yes                  EVEN   (1/1)

No                    -130      (10/13)

2014 Olympic Ice Hockey Men's - Will Finland Win A Medal?

Yes                  +175     (7/4)     

No                    -225     (4/9)

2014 Olympic Ice Hockey Men's - Will Czech Republic Win A Medal?             

Yes                  +175     (7/4)     

No                    -225     (4/9)

2014 Olympic Ice Hockey Men's - Will Slovakia Win A Medal?

Yes                  +475     (19/4)

No                    -800     (1/8)

2014 Olympic Ice Hockey Men's - Will Switzerland Win A Medal?

Yes                  +475     (19/4)

No                    -800     (1/8)

2014 Olympic Ice Hockey - Men's Top Goalscorer                  

Alex Ovechkin (RUS)                 6/1       

Steven Stamkos (CAN)              8/1       

Sidney Crosby (CAN)                9/1       

Patrick Kane (USA)                    10/1     

John Tavares (CAN)                   11/1     

Iilya Kovalchuk (RUS)                12/1     

Evgeni Malkin (RUS)                  12/1     

Rick Nash (CAN)                       14/1     

Daniel Sedin (SWE)                   14/1     

Corey Perry (CAN)                     14/1     

Zach Parise (USA)                     14/1     

Alexander Steen (SWE)             16/1     

Joe Pavelski (USA)                   18/1     

Phil Kessel (USA)                      18/1     

Ryan Getzlaf (CAN)                   20/1     

Jeff Carter (CAN)                       20/1     

Henrik Zetterberg (SWE)            20/1     

Chris Kunitz (CAN)                     20/1     

Marian Hossa (SLO)                  22/1     

Alexander Radulov (RUS)          22/1     

Loui Eriksson (SWE)                 25/1     

Nicklas Backstrom (SWE)          25/1     

Jonathan Toews (CAN)              25/1     

Patrick Sharp (CAN)                  25/1     

Matt Duchene (CAN)                  28/1     

Jussi Jokinen (FIN)                    28/1     

Henrik Sedin (SWE)                   28/1     

Pavel Datsyuk (RUS)                 28/1     

Marian Gaborik (SLO)                30/1     

Tomas Plekanec (CZE)              30/1     

2014 Olympic MVP

Alexander Ovechkin (RUS)         7/1

Sidney Crosby (CAN)                7/1

Patrick Kane (USA)                    10/1

Evgeni Malkin (RUS)                  12/1

Henrik Lundqvist (SWE)             15/1

Henrik Zetterberg (SWE)            15/1

Zach Parise (USA)                     18/1

Tuukka Rask (FIN)                     18/1

Ryan Miller (USA)                      18/1

Ilya Kovalchuk (RUS)                 20/1

Roberto Luongo (CAN)              20/1

Jonathan Quick (USA)               25/1

Jonathan Toews (CAN)              25/1

Steven Stamkos (CAN)              25/1

Semyon Varlamov (RUS)           25/1

Carey Price (CAN)                     30/1

Pavel Datsyuk (RUS)                 30/1

Phil Kessel (USA)                      30/1

John Tavares (CAN)                   30/1

Sergei Bobrovsky (RUS)            35/1

Erik Karlsson (SWE)                  40/1

Antti Niemi (FIN)                        40/1

Niklas Backstrom (FIN)              40/1

Henrik Sedin (SWE)                   40/1

Ryan Getzlaf (CAN)                   40/1

Ryan Kesler (USA)                     40/1

Daniel Sedin (SWE)                   40/1

Corey Perry (CAN)                     40/1

Patrick Sharp (CAN)                  50/1

Daniel Alfredsson (SWE)           50/1

J. Pavelski (USA)                      50/1

Marian Hossa (SLO)                  50/1

David Krejci (CZE)                     50/1

Alexander Steen (SWE)             75/1

Marian Gaborik (SLO)                75/1

Rick Nash (CAN)                       75/1

Loui Eriksson (SWE)                 90/1

Mikko Koivu (FIN)                      90/1

Valtteri Filppula (FIN)                 100/1

Jaromír Jágr (CZE)                    100/1

Jussi Jokinen (FIN)                    150/1

Teemu Selanne (FIN)                  150/1

Who will score more goals at the 2014 Winter Olympics for Canada?

Steven Stamkos (CAN)              15/4

Sidney Crosby (CAN)                4/1

John Tavares (CAN)                   9/2

Rick Nash (CAN)                       11/2

Corey Perry (CAN)                     6/1

Chris Kunitz (CAN)                     8/1

Jeff Carter (CAN)                       8/1

Ryan Getzlaf (CAN)                   8/1

Jonathan Toews (CAN)              10/1

Matt Duchene (CAN)                  10/1

Tournament Progress - Canada

Winner                         2/1

Runners Up                             11/4

3rd Place                          7/2

4th Place                          5/1

Eliminated in Quarter Final                     13/2

Eliminated in Qualification Playoff          35/1

Who will score more goals at the 2014 Winter Olympics?

Patrick Kane (USA)                    3/2

Zach Parise (USA)                     9/4

Joe Pavelski (USA)                   3/1

Phil Kessel (USA)                      3/1

Tournament Progress - USA

Winner                         6/1

Runners Up                             4/1

3rd Place                          4/1

4th Place                          7/2

Eliminated in Quarter Final                     11/5

Eliminated in Qualification Playoff          12/1

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