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13 NHL Bets – Futures/Props – Top Values

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Vezina Trophy Winner – Ilya Sorokin +600 –  very good value here, the Islanders still have an impressive D-core, and the Metropolitan division may have some of the lowest scoring teams in the entire NHL. Goalies are tough to predict, but Sorokin has consistently been amazing for several years now, and it is his time to break through.

Hart Trophy Winner – Auston Matthews +1000 – After signing his big extension, I see Matthews putting it all together this year. When fully healthy we saw him score 60 goals in a season, and just last year he led all forwards with 92 blocked shots. The scoring and defense combo gives him great value for the Hart Trophy.

Apr 26, 2022; Toronto, Ontario, CAN; Toronto Maple Leafs forward Auston Matthews (34) celebrates after scoring his 60th goal of the season during the third period against the Detroit Red Wings at Scotiabank Arena. Mandatory Credit: John E. Sokolowski-USA TODAY Sports

Rocket Richard Trophy Winner – Auston Matthews +300 – As strong of a candidate as any, and with an upgrade on his LW (Bertuzzi, Domi, or Knies); I think Matthews finds even more space, and eclipses 60 goals again.

Calder Trophy Winner – Devon Levi +2000 – Great value here, considering there are a plethora of rookies between him and Bedard odds wise. I honestly think Levi should have the 2nd or 3rd best odds overall, and we have to keep scrolling on some sites to find him. Bedard is my pick to win it, but if the Sabres make the playoffs, Devon Levi and his acrobatic goaltending will be a colossal reason as to why. These odds are worth the sprinkle.

Norris Trophy Winner – Erik Karlsson +2000 – Back to back winner for me. There are several great defenseman with better odds than him; but when healthy, Karlsson has been the best offensive defenseman in the league for over a decade. He is snapping the puck up to better forwards than he was for the Sharks, and he should log a ton of minutes. I suggest nabbing him at these odds, even though the Norris Trophy is the biggest gamble of them all this year.

Selke Trophy Winner – Ryan O’Reilly +5000 – The 2nd most wide open trophy is the Selke, soon to be named the Bergeron. Speaking of which, Patrice Bergeron retire this offseason, and someone else needs to win. This race is as wide open as it gets, but we can only have 1 winner. Keep scrolling and you will find Ryan O’Reilly who has won this trophy before, and has found a new home in Nashville. With Johansen and Duchene out of Nashville, O’Reilly should slot in as their number 1 center. We all know O’Reilly is a great defensive forward, but with him potentially being on a powerplay with Josi and Forsberg, he may get enough points to be recognized for this award. 50/1 is crazy value here.

Stanley Cup Champions – Colorado Avalanche +1000 – Just been there, done that, I have loved their offseason moves, and coach Bednar has established a culture. Tatar, Drouin, and Colton are going to fill in nicely, and Nichushkin should be back and ready to go.

President’s Trophy Winner – Toronto Maple Leafs +750 – They are the most talented team in the NHL with a bunch of grit to boot. I have loved their offseason, and think they will have the best record in the regular season.

Calgary Flames to miss playoffs +145 – I just don’t see it for them yet, they don’t have enough offense and I question their goaltending.

Winnipeg Jets to miss playoffs +110 – I don’t trust their blueline over the course of a full season. I also am unsure if they will score enough goals with no Dubois or Wheeler.

Adam Fantilli Over 46.5 points -125 – 50 points is doable for this young stud. I can see him centering either the first or second line, as well as seeing action on the top powerplay unit.

Connor Bedard Over 69.5 points -110 – Too talented to be sub 70 points, even on the Blackhawks.

Mitch Marner Over 99.5 points -115 – So much talent and space to work with for Marner. I think he can break 100 points this year. Top powerplay, attached to Matthews’ hip, and now probably Bertuzzi or Domi on his wing