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It seems the sports books have little love for the Jets in a shortened season, making them 50-to-1 longshots to win the Stanley Cup. Only the Islanders and Blue Jackets have longer odds -- 100-to-1. All odds from bodog.ca

 

TO WIN 2013 STANLEY CUP

Pittsburgh Penguins  8/1

New York Rangers  17/2

Vancouver Canucks  9/1

Los Angeles Kings  12/1

Philadelphia Flyers  12/1

 

Winnipeg Jets  50/1

New York Islanders  66/1

Columbus Blue Jackets  100/1

 

TO WIN SOUTHEAST DIVISION

Carolina Hurricanes  11/5

Washington Capitals  9/4

Tampa Bay Lightning  3/1

Florida Panthers  9/2

WINNIPEG JETS  9/1

 

TO WIN HART AS MVP

Sidney Crosby (PIT)  4/1

Steven Stamkos (TB)  6/1

Claude Giroux (PHI)  13/2

Evgeni Malkin (PIT)  13/2

Alex Ovechkin (WAS)  13/2

 

TO WIN JAMES NORRIS AS TOP DEFENCEMAN

Erik Karlsson (OTT)  4/1

Zdeno Chara (BOS)  9/2

Shea Weber (NAS)  13/2

Kris Letang (PIT)  7/1

Ryan Suter (MIN)  10/1

Alex Pietrangelo (STL)  10/1

 

DUSTIN BYFUGIEN (WPG)  15/1

TOBY ENSTROM (WPG)  25/1

 

TO WIN VEZINA AS TOP GOALIE

 

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

 

ONDREJ PAVELEC (WPG)  40/1

 

TO WIN ART ROSS AS POINTS LEADER

Sidney Crosby (PIT)  11/4

Evgeni Malkin (PIT)  5/1

Steven Stamkos (TB)  6/1

Alex Ovechkin (WAS)  6/1

Daniel Sedin (VAN)  8/1

Claude Giroux (PHI)  10/1

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition January 11, 2013 C1

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