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NHL All-Star Game Odds: Pacific Division Tabbed as Betting Favorite

Goaltender Pekka Rinne #35 of the Nashville Predators slides to his right as Anze Kopitar #11 of the Los Angeles Kings looks to put a shot on net during the 2018 Honda NHL All-Star Game at Amalie Arena on January 28, 2018 in Tampa, Florida.

The 2019 NHL All-Star Weekend is here, and this year’s event is shaping up to be one of the best in quite some time. With the skills competition getting underway on Friday and the all-star game set to be played on Saturday, odds are out at sportsbooks for all of the action on the ice in San Jose, California.

Bovada has opened the Pacific Division as +200 favorites, with the Atlantic Division (+250), Metropolitan Division (+250) and Central Division (+400) also available to wager on. This is the fourth straight all-star game that will use the four-team, 3-on-3 single-elimination divisional format.

McDavid is the +500 favorite to win All-Star Game MVP.

In the same format as the past three all-star games, the captaincy of each division came from a fan vote. Connor McDavid will anchor the Pacific, Auston Matthews the Atlantic and Nathan MacKinnon the Central. Alex Ovechkin was voted the Metropolitan captain but is skipping the game and a replacement captain has yet to be named. Jon Cooper (Atlantic), Todd Reirden (Metropolitan), Paul Maurice (Central) and Bill Peters (Pacific) were chosen as the coaches for the exhibition affair.

Pacific is looking to go back to back

Last year, the Pacific All-Stars came out on top in the 3-on-3 tournament. Entering the weekend, the Pacific Division had the second-best odds at +230. Brock Boeser of the Vancouver Canucks paved the way for the Pacific thanks to two goals and an assist while getting named the Most Valuable Player in the process. Boeser became the first rookie to win MVP since Mario Lemieux accomplished the feat in 1985.

This time around, McDavid is the MVP favorite at +500 odds. Johnny Gaudreau (+800), Nikita Kucherov (+900), Matthews (+900) and MacKinnon (+1000) round out the top five.

Who do you have winning the all-star game and who do you think will take the MVP honors? Have your say in the comment section below.

NHL All-Star 3-on-3 Tournament Winner
DivisionOdds
Pacific Division+200
Atlantic Division+250
Metropolitan Division+250
Central Division+400
2019 NHL All-Star Game MVP Odds
  • Nikita Kucherov (ATL) +900
  • Auston Matthews (ATL) +900
  • John Tavares (ATL) +1200
  • Steven Stamkos (ATL) +2000
  • David Pastrnak (ATL) +2500
  • Jack Eichel (ATL) +2500
  • Jeff Skinner (ATL) +5000
  • Thomas Chabot (ATL) +5000
  • Keith Yandle (ATL) +8000
  • Sidney Crosby (MET) +1000
  • Claude Giroux (MET) +1400
  • Cam Atkinson (MET) +1600
  • Sebastian Aho (MET) +4000
  • Mathew Barzal (MET) +3300
  • Kyle Palmieri (MET) +6600
  • John Carlson (MET) +3300
  • Seth Jones (MET) +4000
  • Kris Letang (MET) +4000
  • Nathan MacKinnon (CEN) +1000
  • Mikko Rantanen (CEN) +1600
  • Mark Scheifele (CEN) +1400
  • Blake Wheeler (CEN) +3300
  • Patrick Kane (CEN) +1600
  • Ryan O’Reilly (CEN) +3300
  • Gabriel Landeskog (CEN) +4000
  • Roman Josi (CEN) +6600
  • Miro Heiskanen (CEN) +8000
  • Connor McDavid (PAC) +500
  • Johnny Gaudreau (PAC) +800
  • Elias Pettersson (PAC) +1200
  • Leon Draisaitl (PAC) +2000
  • Joe Pavelski (PAC) +2000
  • Clayton Keller (PAC) +4000
  • Brent Burns (PAC) +1600
  • Erik Karlsson (PAC) +1600
  • Drew Doughty (PAC) +8000
Odds as of January 25 at BetOnline