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Odds to Win the NHL Atlantic Division: High-Flying Bruins are Ahead of the Pack

NHL Atlantic Division Odds

As the NHL reaches the quarter mark of the 2019-20 season, the Boston Bruins are the unquestioned favorites to win the Atlantic Division.

The Bruins are the +140 faves to win the Atlantic at Bovada, with the Tampa Bay Lightning (+250), Florida Panthers (+500), Montreal Canadiens (+700), Toronto Maple Leafs (+800), Buffalo Sabres (+1600), Ottawa Senators (+40000) and Detroit Red Wings (+75000) behind them.

Can Anyone Catch the Bruins?

As of November 24, the Bruins were sitting atop the Atlantic with a 15-3-5 record and 35 points. The Panthers (12-6-5, 29), Canadiens (11-7-5, 27) and Maple Leafs (11-10-4, 26) remained in contention, while the Lightning (11-7-2, 24) have hardly resembled the team that won 62 games a year ago.

The Bruins possess potentially the best line in hockey, as Patrice Bergeron, Brad Marchand and David Pastrnak have continued to carry Boston to new heights. Marchand and Pastrnak are currently sitting in third and fourth place in the scoring parade, respectively. The B’s have seemingly put last year’s Stanley Cup loss to St. Louis in the rear-view mirror, and with the way they’ve played this year, it’s hard to bet against them in the Atlantic Division race.

The Babcock Era is Over in Toronto

The most interesting team in the division is undoubtedly the Maple Leafs. Toronto has been on a downward spiral for the majority of the season, and a six-game losing streak signaled the end of Mike Babcock’s tenure with the Buds. With former Toronto Marlies coach Sheldon Keefe in tow, the Leafs have rattled off consecutive wins under the new bench boss and look like a different squad right now.

Babcock was the first NHL coach to get fired in 2019-20, but sportsbooks have already released odds on the next one to lose his job. Toronto has a lot of work to do in order to work its way up the standings, but we’ve seen how much a coaching change can reinvigorate a team – just look at the Blues from a year ago.

Habs Have Started to Struggle

Montreal entered the season with modest expectations, yet the Habs played excellent hockey out of the gate. The Canadiens have fallen back to earth, though, evidenced by a four-game losing streak as of this writing. Carey Price has been his usual dominant self but the offense has dried up of late, so the Habs are a bit of a risky team to wager on at this point.

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Odds to Win the Atlantic Division
TeamOdds
Boston Bruins+140
Tampa Bay Lightning+250
Florida Panthers+500
Montreal Canadiens+700
Toronto Maple Leafs+800
Buffalo Sabres+1600
Ottawa Senators+40000
Detroit Red Wings+75000

Odds as of November 24 at Bovada