Welcome to the 2022-2023 season preview Betway Sports. We’ll delve into each team’s offseason and find out what their odds are for the Stanley Cup next season, from worst to best. All odds are current at time of writing.

Anaheim Ducks Stanley Cup Odds: +8000

Quiet, I’m a fan of the offseason the Anaheim Ducks had.

They made a big splash by bringing in Frank Vatran, Olli Juolevi, Ryan Strome and John Klingberg, along with a bunch of minor leaguers. Both Vatrano and Strome had solid years with the New York Rangers last season. Vatrano, who came to the team in a trade from the Florida Panthers, had eight goals and 13 points in 22 games in the Big Apple while Strome had one of the best years of his career.

In 74 games, he scored a career-high 21 goals, 33 assists and 54 points. He has now cashed in on a five-year, $5 million deal with AAV. He will be a solid addition to the Ducks’ top six.

Klingberg, meanwhile, is a great one-year pick. He’ll have a chance to join the Ducks and play big minutes, and he’ll be a top trade target before the NHL trade deadline. Misunderstanding the free agency market, Klingberg let go of his agent and acquired a new one shortly before the deal was finalized.

The Ducks had two first-round picks in the draft. They used the No. 10 overall pick on defenseman Pavel Mintyukov, and at 22, they took center Natan Gasche.

With a young superstar in Trevor Zegrass and another on the way in Mason McTavish, this team will likely start to develop.

Are we betting on the Ducks to win the cup? No. While I expect them to take a step forward this season, they are not a playoff team in what will be a strong Pacific Division this season.


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