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NHL Playoffs: Conn Smythe Trophy Odds

Chicago Blackhawks forward Jonathan Toews is the favorite on the odds to win the Conn Smythe Trophy as NHL playoff MVP at the online sportsbooks as his team prepares to take on the Tampa Bay Lightning in the Stanley Cup final this week.

At Bovada Toews is the 57/20 favorite on the odds to win the Conn Smythe Trophy for a second time - he also won it back in 2010. Teammate Patrick Kane, who won the Conn Smythe Trophy in 2013, is at 11/2 odds to get the award once again this spring.

Lightning forward Tyler Johnson sits between Toews and Kane on that NHL prop wager at 9/2 odds, just behind Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith at 3/1 odds. Lightning goaltender Ben Bishop is at 13/2, and Lightning forward Steven Stamkos is at 8/1.

Odds to Win 2015 Conn Smythe Trophy as NHL Playoff MVP at Bovada
  • Jonathan Toews (CHI) 57/20
  • Duncan Keith (CHI) 3/1
  • Tyler Johnson (TB) 9/2
  • Patrick Kane (CHI) 11/2
  • Ben Bishop (TB) 13/2
  • Steven Stamkos (TB) 8/1
  • Corey Crawford (CHI) 12/1
  • Nikita Kucherov (TB) 25/1
  • Marian Hossa (CHI) 25/1
  • Patrick Sharp (CHI) 25/1
  • Victor Hedman (TB) 40/1
  • Ondrej Palat (TB) 40/1
  • Brent Seabrook (CHI) 50/1
  • Alex Killorn (TB) 50/1
  • Valtteri Filppula (TB) 50/1
  • Brad Richards (CHI) 50/1

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Henrik Lundqvist of the New York Rangers was the favorite on the odds to win the Conn Smythe Trophy heading into the playoffs, and with the conference finals on tap the goaltender remains the favorite on those odds to be named the NHL playoff MVP.

At Bovada Lundqvist heads into the Eastern Conference final as the 4/1 favorite on the odds to win the 2015 Conn Smythe Trophy, with Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane second on that list at 15/2 odds with his team preparing to start the Western final.

Corey Perry of the Anaheim Ducks is then at 9/1 odds to win the Conn Smythe Trophy at the sportsbook, followed by the Blackhawks' Jonathan Toews at 10/1, and each of the Ducks' Frederik Andersen and Ryan Getzlaf, the Rangers' Rick Nash, the Blackhawks' Duncan Keith, and the Tampa Bay Lightning's Tyler Johnson and Ben Bishop at 12/1.

Odds to Win 2015 Conn Smythe Trophy as NHL Playoff MVP at Bovada
  • Henrik Lundqvist (NYR) 4/1
  • Patrick Kane (CHI) 15/2
  • Corey Perry (ANA) 9/1
  • Jonathan Toews (CHI) 10/1
  • Frederik Andersen (ANA) 12/1
  • Ryan Getzlaf (ANA) 12/1
  • Rick Nash (NYR) 12/1
  • Duncan Keith (CHI) 12/1
  • Tyler Johnson (TB) 12/1
  • Ben Bishop (TB) 12/1
  • Derick Brassard (NYR) 16/1
  • Steven Stamkos (TB) 15/1
  • Nikita Kucherov (TB) 20/1
  • Corey Crawford (CHI) 25/1
  • Jakob Silfverberg (ANA) 25/1
  • Ryan McDonagh (NYR) 25/1
  • Ryan Kesler (ANA) 25/1
  • Derek Stepan (NYR) 30/1
  • Patrick Sharp (CHI) 33/1
  • Marian Hossa (CHI) 33/1
  • Alex Killorn (TB) 40/1

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The New York Rangers are favored on the odds to win the Stanley Cup heading into the 2015 NHL playoffs, so it comes as no surprise that their starting goaltender Henrik Lundqvist begins the postseason as the favorite to win the Conn Smythe Trophy.

At Bovada Lundqvist heads into the postseason as the 19/2 favorite on the odds to win the Conn Smythe Trophy as NHL playoff MVP for 2015, with Minnesota Wild goaltender Devan Dubnyk second at 14/1 odds, and Montreal Canadiens goaltender Carey Price third at 15/1 odds.

The first forward on the list is then Anaheim Ducks captain Ryan Getzlaf at 16/1 odds at Bovada, with Rangers forward Rick Nash joining Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby farther down the betting lines at 20/1 odds.

The Washington Capitals' Alex Ovechkin and the Chicago Blackhawks' Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane are all at 25/1 on the Bovada odds to win the 2015 Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP this spring. Here's the complete odds list at the sportsbook heading into the playoffs ...

Odds to Win 2015 Conn Smythe Trophy as NHL Playoff MVP at Bovada

Henrik Lundqvist (NYR) 19/2
Devan Dubnyk (MIN) 14/1
Carey Price (MON) 15/1
Ryan Getzlaf (ANA) 16/1
Pekka Rinne (NAS) 18/1
Brian Elliott (STL) 20/1
Frederik Andersen (ANA) 20/1
Rick Nash (NYR) 20/1
Sidney Crosby (PIT) 20/1
Alex Ovechkin (WAS) 25/1
Ben Bishop (TB) 25/1
Corey Crawford (CHI) 25/1
Corey Perry (ANA) 25/1
Jonathan Toews (CHI) 25/1
Patrick Kane (CHI) 25/1
Steven Stamkos (TB) 25/1
Vladimir Tarasenko (STL) 25/1
Zach Parise (MIN) 25/1
Andrew Hammond (OTT) 30/1
Eddie Lack (VAN) 30/1
Henrik Sedin (VAN) 30/1
Jaroslav Halak (NYI) 30/1
John Tavares (NYI) 30/1
Martin St. Louis (NYR) 30/1
Braden Holtby (WAS) 35/1
Daniel Sedin (VAN) 35/1
Derick Brassard (NYR) 35/1
Evgeni Malkin (PIT) 35/1
T.J. Oshie (STL) 35/1
Alexander Steen (STL) 40/1
Marc-Andre Fleury (PIT) 40/1
Max Pacioretty (MON) 40/1
P.K. Subban (MON) 40/1
Patrick Sharp (CHI) 40/1
Pavel Datsyuk (DET) 40/1
Petr Mrazek (DET) 40/1
Shea Weber (NAS) 40/1
Nicklas Backstrom (WAS) 45/1
Duncan Keith (CHI) 50/1
Henrik Zetterberg (DET) 50/1
Jonas Hiller (CAL) 50/1
Marian Hossa (CHI) 50/1
Mark Stone (OTT) 50/1
Ondrej Pavelec (WIN) 50/1
Radim Vrbata (VAN) 50/1
Thomas Vanek (MIN) 50/1
Tyler Johnson (TB) 50/1
Bobby Ryan (OTT) 60/1
Erik Karlsson (OTT) 65/1
Filip Forsberg (NAS) 65/1
Andrew Ladd (WIN) 75/1
Blake Wheeler (WIN) 75/1
Dustin Byfuglien (WIN) 75/1
Jiri Hudler (CAL) 75/1
Johnny Gaudreau (CAL) 75/1
Kyle Okposo (NYI) 75/1
Kyle Turris (OTT) 75/1

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