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Las Vegas likes Sidney Crosby's odds to be the next NHL MVP

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For our degenerate gambling friends, Bovada released a host of odds for the 2015-16 NHL Awards.

Who Will Win the Hart Memorial Trophy as the NHL’s Most Valuable Player?

Sidney Crosby  (PIT)                          7/2

Alexander Ovechkin (WAS)                    6/1

John Tavares (NYI)                          17/2

Jamie Benn (DAL)                          10/1

Carey Price (MON)                          10/1

Steven Stamkos (TB)                           10/1

Tyler Seguin (DAL)                          11/1

Claude Giroux (PHI)                          12/1

Evgeni Malkin (PIT)                          15/1

Ryan Getzlaf (ANA)                          18/1

Connor McDavid (EDM)                         18/1

Ryan Johansen (CLB)                          22/1

Corey Perry (ANA)                          22/1

Anze Kopitar (LA)                           25/1

Vladimir Tarasenko (STL)                       25/1

Jonathan Toews (CHI)                          25/1

Henrik Lundqvist (NYR)                          28/1

Max Pacioretty (MON)                          28/1

Jonathan Quick (LA)                           40/1

Drew Doughty (LA)                           50/1

Erik Karlsson (OTT)                          50/1

Who Will Win the Calder Memorial Trophy as the NHL’s Rookie of the Year?

Connor McDavid (EDM)                         4/7

Jack Eichel (BUF)                          4/1

Sam Bennett (CAL)                          7/1

Sam Reinhart (BUF)                          9/1

Max Domi (ARI)                          12/1

Artemi Panarin (CHI)                          14/1

Nikolaj Ehlers (WPG)                          16/1

Dylan Strome (ARI)                          18/1

Mikko Rantanen (COL)                          20/1

Jake Virtanen (VAN)                          22/1

Who Will Win the Vezina Trophy for being the NHL’s top Goaltender?

Carey Price (MON)                          7/2

Henrik Lundqvist (NYR)                          9/2

Tukka Rask (BOS)                          5/1

Jonathan Quick (LA)                           6/1

Pekka Rinne (NAS)                          7/1

Braden Holtby (WAS)                          10/1

Cory Schneider (NJ)                           12/1

Sergei Bobrovsky (CLB)                        14/1

Devan Dubnyk (MIN)                          14/1

Ben Biship (TB)                           15/1

Jaroslav Halak (NYI)                          20/1

Frederik Anderson (ANA)                       25/1

Marc Andre-Fleury (PIT)                         25/1

Corey Crawford (CHI)                          25/1

Ryan Miller (VAN)                          40/1

Andrew Hammond (OTT)                        50/1

Who Will Win the James Norris Trophy as the NHL’s best defenseman?

Drew Doughty (LA)                           7/2

Erik Karlsson (OTT)                          4/1

PK Subban (MON)                          9/2

Duncan Keith (CHI)                          13/2

Shea Weber (NASH)                         15/2

Ryan Suter (MIN)                          11/1

Mark Giordano (CAL)                          12/1

Victor Hedman (TB)                           12/1

Ryan McDonagh (NYR)                          18/1

Alex Pietrangelo (STL)                          18/1

Oliver Ekman-Larsson (ARI)                   20/1

Kris Letang (PIT)                          20/1

Dougie Hamilton (CAL)                          22/1

Aaron Ekblad (FLA)                          25/1

Dustin Byfuglien (WIN)                          28/1

Who Will Win the Art Ross Trophy as the NHL’s Points Leader?

Sidney Crosby  (PIT)                          3/2

Alexander Ovechkin (WAS)                    5/1

John Tavares (NYI)                          5/1

Phil Kessel (PIT)                          17/2

Steven Stamkos (TB)                           17/2

Jamie Benn (DAL)                          15/1

Tyler Seguin (DAL)                          15/1

Evgeni Malkin (PIT)                          20/1

Connor McDavid (EDM)                         20/1

Ryan Getzlaf (ANA)                          25/1

Claude Giroux (PHI)                          30/1

Ryan Johansen (CLB)                          30/1

Patrick Kane (CHI)                          30/1

Jonathan Toews (CHI)                          30/1

Jakub Voracek (PHI)                          50/1

Anze Kopitar (LA)                           75/1

Joe Pavelski (SJ)                           75/1

Vladimir Tarasenko (STL)                       75/1

Joe Thornton (SJ)                           75/1

Who Will Win the Maurice "Rocket" Richard Trophy as the NHL’s Top Goal Scorer?

Alexander Ovechkin (WAS)                    5/2

Steven Stamkos (TB)                           5/2

Phil Kessel (PIT)                          8/1

Corey Perry (ANA)                          10/1

Tyler Seguin (DAL)                          12/1

John Tavares (NYI)                          12/1

Sidney Crosby  (PIT)                             16/1

Max Pacioretty (MON)                          16/1

Joe Pavelski (SJ)                           16/1

Vladimir Tarasenko (STL)                       16/1

Connor McDavid (EDM)                         18/1

Rick Nash (NYR)                          18/1

Jamie Benn (DAL)                          20/1

Evgeni Malkin (PIT)                          20/1

Ryan Johansen (CLB)                          40/1

Zach Parise (MIN)                          50/1

Letang at 20/1 for the Norris is a great bet, if you want to take a chance on health, being as he was a front-runner through 69 (nice) games last season before getting injured.

Phil Kessel getting 3rd best odds for the goal scoring title is nice too, and I like the play for Crosby at 16/1. This is a guy who did score 50, lest we forget, and Kessel will be passing just as much as he's shooting. Plus with Crosby in a new role in the new look Pens power-play, I think it's possible he pops in a few more goals than normal. Ovechkin's the smart pick, but with decent odds a few shekels on Sid there isn't a bad play.