The Bruins have picked up right where they left off after winning the Presidents’ Trophy last season with an incredible 135 points.
Boston currently has a record of 17-5-3 for 37 points to lead the Atlantic Division by 5 points.
The Bruins are once again a legitimate contender to win the Stanley Cup.
With 25 games under their belt, I thought it was a good time to look at the Bruins futures odds for this season.
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To Win Stanley Cup
Bruins are 9-1 to win the Stanley Cup
The Bruins are one of the top contenders to win this year’s Stanley Cup, according to the oddsmakers. The Colorado Avalanche are the only team in the league with shorter odds to win the Cup.
The Bruins are the second favorite, along with the Vegas Golden Knights, according to a popular Canadian sportsbook.
To Win Atlantic Division
Bruins are +100 to win the Atlantic Division
The Bruins currently lead the Atlantic Division with 37 points. The Florida Panthers and Detroit Red Wings are their closest opponents with 32 points each, while the Toronto Maple Leafs, with 30 points, actually have the second most points percentage in the division because they have two games in hand on the three teams ahead of them.
Regular Season Points Total
Bruins over 107.5 points -130
Bruins under 107.5 points +100
The oddsmakers have set the Bruins’ point total at 107.5 points. Based on their current points per game earned, the Bruins are on pace for 121 points over 82 games. The Bruins would only need 1.25 points per game over their final 57 games to reach 108 points and hit the over on the above total.
Boston has earned 1.48 points per game to this point in the season, so they could cool off significantly and still hit the over.
To Make Playoffs
The Bruins are basically a lock to make the playoffs. It would take a significant implosion for the Bruins to miss the postseason after this hot start. That said, the East is a strong conference with quality teams who are expected to make the playoffs, such as the Lightning and Devils, currently on the outside of the wild card spots.
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