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2021 NHL Art Ross Trophy Odds: McDavid the Favorite Again

Odds to Win the Art Ross Trophy

When it comes to the 2021 NHL season, there are certainly many storylines with the four-division format, including an all-Canadian division. The shortened schedule and exclusive intra-divisional play makes the Art Ross Trophy race a little more interesting this year.

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The Art Ross Trophy is awarded annually to the player who leads the league in points at the end of the regular season. Online sportsbook Bovada has listed two-time winner Connor McDavid as the +300 favorite to earn the award. Nathan MacKinnon (+500), Leon Draisaitl (+700), Artemi Panarin (+1100) and Brayden Point (+1600) round out the top five choices in Art Ross Trophy odds.

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Who are the Art Ross Trophy Betting Favorites?

Odds to Win the 2021 Art Ross Trophy
Connor McDavid+300
Nathan MacKinnon+500
Leon Draisaitl+700
Artemi Panarin+1100
Brayden Point+1600
Auston Matthews+1600
Mitch Marner+1800
Jack Eichel+2000
Steven Stamkos+2000
Evgeni Malkin+2000
Patrick Kane+2000
Brad Marchand+2200
Sidney Crosby+2400
Mika Zibanejad+2500
David Pastrnak+2800
Mikko Rantanen+3000
Sebastian Aho+3300
Jonathan Huberdeau+3300
Elias Pettersson+3500
Mark Scheifele+4000
Taylor Hall+4000
Kyle Connor+4500
John Tavares+5000
Patrice Bergeron+5000
Aleksander Barkov+5000
Blake Wheeler+5500
William Nylander+6000
Mathew Barzal+7000
Alexander Ovechkin+7000
Matthew Tkachuk+8500
Nico Hischier+12500
Filip Forsberg+15000
Dylan Larkin+15000
Brendan Gallagher+15000
Brady Tkachuk+15000
Phil Kessel+17500

Odds as of January 8 at Bovada

McDavid and Draisaitl Are An Explosive 1-2 Punch

Last year, Draisaitl won the Art Ross Trophy with 110 points and his teammate McDavid was second with 97. The two have comprised the most dynamic duo in the NHL over the last few campaigns. Expect them to have great seasons in the all-Canadian division this year where some of the competition won’t be as tough as it would have been facing the entire Western Conference.

McDavid is the +300 favorite to win the award while Draisaitl is +700. You can take a flyer on either one and you should be able to win some money.

Best Value Pick: Sidney Crosby

It’s crazy to think Sidney Crosby is a value pick at +2400 odds to win the Art Ross Trophy. Over his entire career, Crosby has been a point-per-game player or better. Last year, he put up 47 points when he was limited to 41 games due to injury. If he remains healthy, he has as good a chance as anyone to win the Art Ross Trophy.

Crosby is two years removed from a 100-point season. It’s unlikely anyone will reach the triple-digit plateau in a 56-game season, but he has the potential to get 70 to 80 points, which could be good enough for the 33-year-old to notch his third win of this award.