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2021 Conn Smythe Trophy Odds: Golden Knights’ Fleury Now The Favorite

Marc-Andre Fleury is the 2021 Conne Smythe Trophy odds favorite.

With the 2020-21 Stanley Cup playoffs down to the final four teams, it is time to look at some new Conn Smythe Trophy odds on which player will be judged the most valuable for the playoffs.

Online sportsbook Bovada is updating its odds throughout the playoffs, but for now Vegas Golden Knights goalie Marc-Andre Fleury is listed as the favorite at +175. Following Fleury are Andrei Vasilevskiy (+200), Nikita Kucherov (+600), Mark Stone (+600) and Brayden Point (+1200) to round out the top choices on the oddsboard.

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2021 Conn Smythe Trophy Odds: The Favorites

Odds to Win the 2021 Conn Smythe Trophy
PlayerOdds
Marc-Andre Fleury+175
Andrei Vasilevskiy+200
Nikita Kucherov+600
Mark Stone+600
Brayden Point+1200
Carey Price+1500
Max Pacioretty+1500
Mathew Barzal+2700
Reilly Smith+3300
Nick Suzuki+3300
Victor Hedman+3300
Steven Stamkos+3300
Tyler Toffoli+3500
Brock Nelson+3500
Jordan Eberle+5000
Brendan Gallagher+8000
Shea Theodore+8000
Ilya Sorokin+8000

Odds as of June 11 at Bovada

The Favorites

The top five players on the board are a mix of Golden Knights and Lightning. Kucherov leads the playoffs in scoring with 18 points in 11 games, Stone led his team with some clutch scoring in a win over Presidents’ Trophy winner Colorado and the goalies, Fleury and Vasilevskiy, have been spectacular.

Canadiens goalie Carey Price has had a meteoric rise in the Conn Smythe Trophy odds race after a standout first-round series against the Maple Leafs and leading his team to a sweep over Winnipeg – including a shutout in Game 2. Price is now sixth in Conn Smythe odds at +1500. 

The odds are traditionally long for a goalie to win the Conn Smythe Trophy. A goalie has won the award just five times in the last 20 seasons and one of those (Jean-Sebastien Giguere in 2003) played for the losing team in the Cup final, something that has not happened since that season.

Where is the value?

With the Bruins and Avalanche eliminated, a ton of great players are off the board, so we have to find value on teams with Conn Smythe front-runners. 

Ilya Sorokin at +8000 stands out as by far the lowest goalie on the list. Fleury, Vasilevskiy and Price are all in the top six on the list while Sorokin is outside the top 15. 

If the Islanders eliminate the Lightning and go on to win the Stanley Cup, Sorokin will obviously be a big part of that success. Without many other Islanders on the board or a really clear star on the team outside Mathew Barzal, Sorokin is a smash at his current price.

Defensive dynamo

In terms of Conn Smythe Trophy odds, Golden Knights defenseman Shea Theodore represents great value at +8000 as he is one of the most exciting young defensemen in the league and has been a big part of the team’s success this season.

The problem with betting on Theodore is you would likely need a Stone or Fleury injury to cash the ticket. 

Fading Lightning

Vasilevskiy, Point and Kucherov remain in the top five, but the odds for Victor Hedman (+3300) and Steven Stamkos (+3300) have fallen considerably. Most of that is due to the dominance of the other three, but with two full series possibly still to play, there is plenty of time for one of these two stars to reinsert themselves into the Conn Smythe Trophy winner conversation.

That said, with the two goalies at the top of the list seemingly pulling away from the pack, Kucherov (+600) and Point (+1200) both present great value in their own right at the moment. 

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