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Bovada has the updated odds, and they're looking good for the Blues.

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Bumping off the reigning Stanley Cup champions will do a world of good for your confidence, and the Blues should have a lot of it heading into round two against the Dallas Stars. Not only is the team confident, fans are breathing again (for now) and the oddsmakers have crunched whatever they crunch. Here're the latest odds from Bovada.lv, and they seem to portend a Penguins/Blues Stanley Cup Final.

Odds to win the Stanley Cup

Pittsburgh Penguins                  15/4

Washington Capitals 15/4

St. Louis Blues                          19/4

Dallas Stars                          5/1

San Jose Sharks 25/4

Anaheim Ducks 9/1

Tampa Bay Lightning 10/1

New York Islanders 14/1

Nashville Predators 20/1

Odds to win the Eastern Conference

Pittsburgh Penguins                  7/5

Washington Capitals                  7/5

Tampa Bay Lightning                 11/2

New York Islanders                    15/2

Odds to win the Western Conference

St. Louis Blues                          9/4

Dallas Stars                          12/5

San Jose Sharks                       3/1

Anaheim Ducks                         9/2

Nashville Predators                   10/1

Series Prices

St. Louis Blues (Series Price)                         5/6        (-120)

Dallas Stars (Series Price)                         1/1        (EVEN)

Exact Result

  • St. Louis Blues win 4-0              10/1
  • St. Louis Blues win 4-1              6/1
  • St. Louis Blues win 4-2              4/1
  • St. Louis Blues win 4-3              9/2
  • Dallas Stars win 4-0                   12/1
  • Dallas Stars win 4-1                   11/2
  • Dallas Stars win 4-2                   5/1
  • Dallas Stars win 4-3                   17/4

Blues in six, huh? I can deal with that. I'm not a betting person, but that sounds like a feasible outcome, especially with the Dallas Stars' star forward, Tyler Seguin, being out.