Ottawa Senators 2008 2009 odds

Written by:
Ean Lamb
Published on:
Oct/04/2008
Ottawa Senators

Gambling911.com is your source for NHL betting odds news and here we will cover the Ottawa Senators 2008 - 2009 odds and what their chances are to win the 2009 Stanley Cup.

The Senators would pay $1800 for every $100 bet if they were to win the Cup.

Despite a very strong start last season, the Senators unraveled. By late February with only 18 games left, GM GM Bryan Murray fired head coach John Paddock. The team still managed to make the Playoffs, where they had little success. Murray gave his club the ultimate facelift.

TSN had this to say about how they expect the Ottawa Senators to perform this season:

"While the expectations of fans in the Nation's Capital have been set lower than in years, the team itself is hoping that last year's results were an aberration rather than a sign of things to come. Murray locked up a core of players that he believes is good enough to challenge for the Stanley Cup, deciding to largely stand pat in the offseason.

"With a pair of teams that missed the playoffs (Lightning, Sabres) reloading and teams such as the Canadiens, Capitals, Flyers, Bruins and Penguins on the rise, making the postseason for a 12th straight time is not a lock. The Senators can score with any team in the league - but the key to their season will be their ability to keep pucks out of their own net. With an impatient owner and a fan base seemingly constantly on a razor's edge between elation and panic, it could become a very uncomfortable situation should the team not get out of the gate quickly.

"This will likely be the current core's last shot at the Cup. If the team underachieves once again, watch for either Murray or one of the Big Three to pay the price."

All odds to win the 2009 Stanley Cup appear below and were courtesy of Sports Interaction, which is offering Gambling911.com readers an exclusive 15 percent cash bonus upon opening an online betting account.

Detroit Redwings +300

Pittsburgh Penguins +650

Montreal Canadiens +850

San Jose Sharks +950

Anaheim Ducks +1500

Washington Capitals +1500

New York Rangers +1500

Dallas Stars +1500

New Jersey Devils +1800

Ottawa Senators +1800

Philadelphia Flyers +2000

Calgary Flames +2000

Minnestoa Wild +2500

Chicago Blackhawks +2500

Tampa Bay Lightning +2500

Edmonton Oilers +2500

Colorado Avalanche +3300

Vancouver Canucks +3300

Carolina Hurricanes +3300

Boston Bruins +3400

Buffalo Sabres +3800

Florida Panthers +5500

Phoenix Coyotes +5500

Nashville Predators +5800

Columbus Bluejackets +6200

St Louis Blues +7000

Toronto Maple Leafs +7500

New York Islanders +9500

Atlanta Thrashers +9500

Los Angeles Kings +12000

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Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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