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Chicago Blackhawks’ Odds for the 2019-20 NHL Season

By Ryan Fedrau
Patrick Kane #88, Jonathan Toews #19, Chicago Blackhawks (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)
Patrick Kane #88, Jonathan Toews #19, Chicago Blackhawks (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images) /
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An update on the Chicago Blackhawks’ odds to win it all in 2019-20.

As we wind down the 2019 offseason and get through the last month without Blackhawks’ hockey — preseason starts September 18, 2019, for Chicago — it’s as good of a time as any to take a look at where the Chicago Blackhawks stand in the eyes of Vegas’ bookies.

Instead of having all of you Blackhawks’ fans look through the popular sites for odds, I have done that work for you.

Chicago Blackhawks’ Odds to Win the Central Division:

Vegas Insider has Chicago at 16/1 odds to win the Central Division

MyBookie has Chicago at 9/1 odds to win the Central Division

Opening has Chicago at 7/1 odds to win the Central Division

Chicago Blackhawks’ Odds to Win the Western Conference Finals:

Vegas Insider has Chicago at 20/1 odds to win the Western Conference Finals

MyBookie has Chicago at 17/1 odds to win the Western Conference Finals

Opening has Chicago at 15/1 odds to win the Western Conference Finals

5Dimes has Chicago at 63/4 odds to win the Western Conference Finals

Chicago Blackhawks’ Stanley Cup Odds:

Vegas Insider has Chicago at 40/1 odds to win the Stanley Cup

MyBookie has Chicago at 35/1 odds to win the Stanley Cup

Bovada has Chicago at 33/1 odds to win the Stanley Cup

Opening has Chicago at 35/1 odds to win the Stanley Cup

BetOnline has Chicago at 33/1 odds to win the Stanley Cup

BetNow has Chicago at 33/1 odds to win the Stanley Cup

5Dimes has Chicago at 53/2 odds to win the Stanley Cup

SportsBetting has Chicago at 33/1 odds to win the Stanley Cup

SportBet has Chicago at 53/2 odds to win the Stanley Cup

These are the opening odds, as of August 13th, 2019. All odds are subject to change before October 4th, 2019 and will constantly change during the 2019-20 NHL season as well. Get your bets in now, if you’re going to bet at all!

Even after all of the offseason upgrades, the odds don’t seem to be in the Blackhawks’ favor. We’ll have to wait and see if Patrick Kane & Co. have anything to say about that during the 2019-20 NHL season.

Sound off in the comments and let us know if you believe the odds for the Blackhawks in each category are too low or too high!

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