Vancouver Canucks Odds to Win the 2012 Stanley Cup at 6/1

Written by:
Ean Lamb
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Vancouver Canucks

The Vancouver Canucks odds to win the 2012 Stanley Cup have been posted at 6/1 at

The Canucks are favored to win the championship this year despite limping into the new season with Mason Raymond sidelined until November with a compressed vertebrae fracture, Ryan Kesler having had hip surgery and Mikael Samuelsson, Manny Malhotra and Dan Hamhuis all rehabbing from respective surgeries.

Let’s take a look at all the odds to win the 2012 Stanley Cup.

Anaheim Ducks 30/1

Boston Bruins 8/1

Buffalo Sabres 12/1

Calgary Flames 40/1

Carolina Hurricanes 40/1

Chicago Blackhawks 12/1

Colorado Avalanche 75/1

Columbus Blue Jackets 50/1

Dallas Stars 50/1

Detroit Red Wings 10/1

Edmonton Oilers 60/1

Florida Panthers 75/1

Los Angeles Kings 10/1

Minnesota Wild 60/1

Montreal Canadiens 25/1

Nashville Predators 30/1

New Jersey Devils 25/1

New York Islanders 50/1

New York Rangers 35/1

Ottawa Senators 100/1

Philadelphia Flyers 12/1

Phoenix Coyotes 40/1

Pittsburgh Penguins 8/1

San Jose Sharks 10/1

St Louis Blues 40/1

Tampa Bay Lightning 18/1

Toronto Maple Leafs 40/1

Vancouver Canucks 6/1

Washington Capitals 8/1

Winnipeg Jets 50/1

- Ean Lamb,

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