As the newest team in the National Hockey League, the Kraken don’t have a lot of historical statistical information available about them, which makes it all the more important to familiarize yourself with their more recent stats. In this next section of the page, you’ll find both team stats and player stats, incorporating both skaters and goaltenders.
We’ve taken the most important and relevant stats, when it comes to betting, and neatly arranged them into easily digestible tables. You should find this information helpful when it comes to placing the likes of NHL player prop betting.
Want to know which Kraken goalie is performing the best? Check our up-to-date Kraken goalie stats here:
The latest Seattle Kraken skater stats will tell you which players are playing at their best:
The very latest and best Seattle Kraken sports betting offers are worth checking out:
One half of the journey to being a successful bettor is to pay attention to the statistical trends, such as those above. The other half is to relate those statistical trends to the betting odds, which you will find below. By identifying value bets, you will be able to maximize your chances of being successful in the long-term.
Below you will find the latest odds, updated in real time, for the next Kraken game, as well as some of the related futures markets. These odds are taken from the most trusted betting sites in the business, many of whom have some great offers for new customers. Make sure to shop around the leading NHL betting sites, in order to get the best deal possible.
Here are the latest odds for the next match involving the Seattle Kraken:
The Seattle Kraken have only been in existence a few years, so they have yet to win the Stanley Cup. Here are the latest odds for the Kraken to win the Stanley Cup.
The Kraken have not won the Western Conference yet. Here are the latest odds for Seattle to win the Western Conference:
It really helps to know which players are available for each NHL game. Starting goalies, injuries and suspensions can all affect betting at NHL betting sites hugely. Before you bet, take a look at our NHL starting lineups page.
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As history goes, the Kraken’s history is brief… like, really brief. As the league’s newest franchise, the Kraken finally gave the NHL some symmetry, with four 8-team divisions in two 16-team conferences. Not only that, but they gave the league a fervent fanbase and a new cross-border rivalry with the Vancouver Canucks, reignited after over a century. With just three hours separating the two cities, there is great promise for a long and intense rivalry along the western coast of North America.
The Kraken were approved in December 2018, and made their NHL debut in the 2021-22 season, joining Vancouver in the Pacific Division. Their first season was a disappointment, finishing bottom of the division, winning just 27 times in an 82-game season. Expectations had, perhaps, been unfairly high, after the success of the previous expansion team in Las Vegas, just a few years previous. Nonetheless, Seattle have since forged a competitive and exciting team, with a distinct brand of hockey, led by general manager Ron Francis, a veteran of 1,731 NHL games as a player, spread over 22 seasons in the league.
Seattle made their debut appearance at the NHL entry draft in 2021, picking center Matty Beniers. Beniers made an instant impact in his first season, recording 9 points in 10 games during his “cup of tea” in the big league. Dramatically, the Kraken also managed to land Shane Wright in the 2022 draft. Having been considered a consensus No. 1 pick for much of the season, Wright landed at the feet of the Seattle management team, who could scarcely believe their luck.
As Wright begins to learn his trade in senior hockey, he will quickly learn that the initial affiliates of the Kraken are the Coachella Valley Firebirds of the AHL and the Kansas City Mavericks, of the ECHL.