Bruins, Blackhawks and Kings co-favored to win the Stanley Cup next season

The first week of free agency is over and here we take a look at the latest odds to win the Stanley Cup next year.

According to the oddsmakers at America’s Bookie, the Bruins, Blackhawks and Kings are now co-favored to win the Stanley Cup next season at +700. The Ducks, Penguins and Blues are right in that same mix at +950. The Sharks on the other hand are at +1150.

Continuing with the current odds, the Avalanche, Canadiens, Rangers and Lightning are at +1550 and the Wild and Red Wings are at +1950, with the Stars close at +2000.

Some mid-range long shots include the Coyotes, Oilers, Devils, Senators and Jets at +5500, while the Hurricanes, Panthers and Islanders are at +7000. The three teams with the longest odds to win the Stanley Cup next season are the Sabres, Flames and Predators at +8500.

The Blues landed the top center on free agency in former Avalanche center Paul Stastny with a four-year, $28 million contract. The Wild also made a great move by signing former Canadiens left wing Thomas Vanek to a three-year, $19.5 million contract while the Penguins signed Christian Ehrhoff, the best defenseman on the market to a one-year, $4 million deal.

Below are the complete odds to win the Stanley Cup next year at America’s Bookie:

Anaheim Ducks +950

Arizona Coyotes +5500

Boston Bruins +700

Buffalo Sabres +8500

Calgary Flames +8500

Carolina Hurricanes +7000

Chicago Blackhawks +700

Colorado Avalanche +1550

Columbus Blue Jackets +4000

Dallas Stars +2000

Detroit Red Wings +1950

Edmonton Oilers +5500

Florida Panthers +7000

Los Angeles Kings +700

Minnesota Wild +1950

Montreal Canadiens +1550

Nashville Predators +8500

New Jersey Devils +5500

New York Islanders +7000

New York Rangers +1550

Ottawa Senators +5500

Philadelphia Flyers +2500

Pittsburgh Penguins +950

San Jose Sharks +1150

St. Louis Blues +950

Tampa Bay Lightning +1550

Toronto Maple Leafs +4000

Vancouver Canucks +4500

Washington Capitals +4000

Winnipeg Jets +5500