2018 Stanley Cup Pay Per Head, Bookie Futures

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PremierPerHead.com is an excellent Pay Per Head bookie software solution platform for the upcoming Stanley Cup Final.

The Nashville Predators are once again right up there and looking for a Stanley Cup appearance with odds of 9/2.

The Tampa Bay Lightning have similar odds at 9/2.

The Vegas Golden Knights had the next shortest odds at 6/1.

Odds can be customized, especially for regional bookies where NHL betting tends to be more voluminous and are home to teams enjoying great success heading into the post season.

Odds to win 2018 Stanley Cup (6/25/18)  BET HERE
Team Odds
Nashville Predators 9/2
Tampa Bay Lightning 9/2
Vegas Golden Knights 6/1
Boston Bruins 8/1
Pittsburgh Penguins 8/1
Toronto Maple Leafs 12/1
Winnipeg Jets 12/1
Washington Capitals 14/1
San Jose Sharks 20/1
Columbus Blue Jackets 22/1
Los Angeles Kings 22/1
Minnesota Wild 25/1
Anaheim Ducks 28/1
Colorado Avalanche 28/1
Philadelphia Flyers 30/1
New Jersey Devils 35/1
St. Louis Blues 40/1
Dallas Stars 50/1
Florida Panthers 50/1
Calgary Flames 100/1
Carolina Hurricanes 500/1
New York Rangers 500/1

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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