Placing your bets solely on instinct is probably not the best way to ensure success, in the long run. Getting familiar with the different types of betting markets, such as Money Line, Puck Line and Total Goals, and then understanding which of the statistical trends relate most closely to those markets, is a much better approach to take. On the tables below, we’ll not only cover off the aforementioned ‘big three’ markets, but we’ll also give you plenty of food for thought when it comes to placing player prop bets on NHL betting sites. These markets are increasing in both popularity and availability, each year.
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We’ve compiled all of latest odds on the most popular Vancouver Canucks betting markets, to make your life that little bit less complicated. Comparing odds between the most trusted betting sites means that you don’t need to do all the hard work of manually comparing prices, monitoring odds changes and so on. We do all of that for you, and present you with our findings below. So whether you’re more of a game-by-game bettor, or if you prefer futures betting, there should always be plenty of food for though available for you here.
For good measure, we’ll also track the latest lineup developments, such as injuries, suspensions and starting goaltenders. It’s just one more angle to help you to maximize your edge when you visit NHL betting sites.
Here are the latest odds for the next Vancouver Canucks game:
The Vancouver Canucks have never won the Stanley Cup. Can this be their year? Check out the latest odds for the Canucks to win the Stanley Cup.
Can the Canucks win their first ever Western Conference this season? Here are their latest odds:
Before you place a bet on an NHL game, you really need to know which players are available, and who are not. Starting goalies, injuries and suspensions can affect betting at NHL betting sites hugely. Take a look at our NHL starting lineups page.
NHL player prop betting is a great way of betting. Take a look at the best Vancouver Canucks player props for their upcoming games.
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The Vancouver Canucks joined the National Hockey League as an expansion team over half a century ago, ahead of the 1970-71 season. Formerly a Pacific Coast Hockey League team, the Canucks and the Sabres brought the number of teams in the NHL from twelve to fourteen. Somewhat confusingly, the Canucks played their first four seasons in the “East” Division, despite being the most westerly team in the NHL.
The Canucks have never won the Stanley Cup, falling at the final hurdle on three occasions, in 1982, 1994 and 2011. Arguably the greatest era for the Canucks coincided with the time that twins Daniel and Henrik Sedin spent in Vancouver. The twins were drafted 2nd and 3rd overall in the 1999 NHL entry draft, and would both go on to play over 1300 games for the franchise. Daniel holds the record for most goals in a Canucks sweater, whilst Henrik holds the records for games played, assists and points. The duo had an almost telepathic understanding of each other’s play on the ice, and it was fitting that they would retire together and have their jerseys raised on the same night.
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The duo won back-to-back Art Ross trophies in 2010 and 2011, with Henrik winning first and Daniel following twelve months later. During their time in Vancouver, the team won seven divisional titles, two Presidents’ Trophies, and a conference championship, falling only to the Boston Bruins in a deciding game for the Stanley Cup in 2011. Since their retirement, the Canucks fans have turned their attention to a new Swedish forward, by the name of Elias Pettersson. Pettersson was drafted 5th overall in 2017, and made a massive impact in his first season in the league, in 2018-19, winning the Calder Trophy as the league’s best rookie.