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Vancouver Canucks 2024 Stanley Cup Playoffs Betting

Vancouver Canucks 2024 Stanley Cup Odds

In the first round of the 2024 Stanley Cup Playoffs, the Vancouver Canucks lost goaltender Thatcher Demko to an injury in the first game. Demko remains out with a knee injury. For many teams, that would have been the perfect excuse to let down. Instead, the Canucks rallied to pick each other up and eliminate the Nashville Predators in six games. Vancouver showed resilience and tenacity in that series, in which they had to pull a couple of games out late. But now the Canucks are stepping up in class in a second round series with the Edmonton Oilers.

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Vancouver Canucks Team Overview

This year, the Vancouver Canucks are 50-23-9 straight up and 41-36 over/under the total. Also, Vancouver is 2nd in the Western Conference Playoff standings. Vancouver is four points behind the Dallas Stars in the Western Conference playoff race. Late on, Vancouver has covered three out of their last five games. While the Canucks have gone over the total in four of its previous six matchups.

Vancouver has NHL rankings of 6th for goals scored and 11th for power play efficiency. In comparison, on defense, the Canucks have NHL rankings of 5th for goals against and 20th for penalty killing.

C JT Miller leads Vancouver with 37 goals, 66 assists, 103 points, and a +32. G Thatcher Demko has a 2.45 goals against average, a .918 save percentage, a record of 35-14-2, and five shutouts.

Edmonton Oilers Team Overview

This year, the Edmonton Oilers are 49-27-6 straight up and 35-43-4 over/under the total. Also, Edmonton is 5th in the Western Conference playoff standings. Edmonton is 9 points behind the Dallas Stars in the Western Conference playoff race. Late on, Edmonton has covered one out of their last five games. In contrast, the Oilers have gone over the total in two of its previous seven matchups. Edmonton has NHL rankings of 4th for goals scored and 4th for power play efficiency. In comparison on defense, the Oilers have NHL rankings of 10th for goals against and 16th for penalty killing.

So far, in the playoffs, C Connor McDavid leads the Oilers with one goal, 11 assists, 12 points, and a +3. C Leon Draisaitl adds five goals, five assists, 10 points, and a +2. Also, C Zach Hyman brings seven goals, one assist, eight points, and a +3. Goaltender Stuart Skinner has a 2.58 goals against average, a .910 save percentage, and a record of 4-1 with one shutout.

Season-by-Season Record (Last 6)

2023-24 82 50 23 1st, Pacific TBD
2022–23 82 38 37 6th, Pacific Did not qualify
2021–22 82 40 30 5th, Pacific Did not qualify
2020–21 56 23 29 7th, North Did not qualify
2019–20 69 36 27 3rd, Pacific Lost in Second Round, 3–4 (Golden Knights)
2018–19 82 35 36 5th, Pacific Did not qualify
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Vancouver Canucks History

Born in 1970 with the Buffalo Sabres in the second wave of the NHL Great Expansion, the Vancouver Canucks are still searching for their first Stanley Cup championship. The Canucks have made the Stanley Cup Final three times (1982, 1994, and 2011) but never finished.

Although the Canucks have had some good eras in their history, they have often lacked an identity. Over the years, Vancouver has had numerous logos, colors, and uniform changes. Vancouver fans have a fickle relationship with the team. In good times they will pack Rogers Arena. And they cared enough to riot after losing game seven of the 2011 Stanley Cup Final to the Boston Bruins.

But when times aren’t so good, they are not inclined to fork over big-ticket prices and instead prefer to spend more of their time and less of their money on the many diversions that the Pacific city of Vancouver has to offer.

Past superstars of the Canucks include Henrik and Daniel Sedin, the identical twins from Sweden. Trevor Linden, Pavel Bure, Kirk McLean, Roberto Luongo, Don Lever, Dennis Ververgaert, Harold Snepsts, and Chris Oddleifson are other revered figures in Canucks’ history.

The 2021-22 season gave Canucks fans and gamblers reason to believe in the future. Following an 8-15-2 start, Bruce Boudreau took over as the Canucks head coach. Boudreau nearly got the Canucks into the playoffs with a record of 35-15-10. Boudreau reminded everyone why he is one of the great turnaround artists in the NHL.

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Western Conference - Central

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