The Colorado Avalanche are the prevailing choice by experts to win the Stanley Cup, but as the poem goes, “The best-laid schemes of mice and men” can go astray. That’s to say that the NHL Playoffs can be unpredictable — just like sports betting.
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Why The Avalanche Can Win The Stanley Cup
The Avalanche are the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference, and they swept their first-round series against the Nashville Predators. Colorado was -700 to win the series and +325 to win the series in four games. Now they’re sitting back and waiting to find out their Western Conference semifinal opponent.
What makes the Avs so good? How about four 80+ point scorers in Mikko Rantanen, Nathan McKinnon (65 goals), Nazem Kadri, and Cale Makar. That foursome gives opposing teams Boulder-sized headaches, and with the Predators uncertain about the health of their goalies, this could be s short series — even if Nashville won the regular-season series 3-1.
Colorado may have done more to win the Cup at the trade deadline than anything else. That’s when the Avalanche acquired defenseman Josh Manson, who makes a seemingly endless number of game-changing plays night after night. With their superior firepower and the injury to Nashville goalie Juuse Saros, the Avalanche are big favorites to get out of the first round and push toward a title. It would be their first Cup championship since 2001.
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