2022 NHL Awards Odds: Most Likely Winners and Best Bets

The 2021-22 NHL season keeps on moving along since the association's All-Star Weekend has arrived. To no one's surprise, the merriments signal the way that the association is beyond the midpoint of the period, importance we're drawing near to naming the current year's honor champs.


The opposition is warming up for each grant race, making it hard for fans to anticipate in all likelihood who'll leave with some equipment at the end of the day. Luckily, BetMGM's most recent NHL chances give us a superior thought who's driving each race since February has arrived.




NHL Awards Odds as of Wednesday, February 2
NHL wagering 윈윈벳 chances are through BetMGM as of Wednesday, February 2, 2022, at 11:18 a.m. ET.

Chances to Win 2021-22 Hart Trophy
Connor McDavid, Edmonton Oilers +200
Alexander Ovechkin, Washington Capitals +325
Leon Draisaitl, Edmonton Oilers +700
Jonathan Huberdeau, Florida Panthers +900
Auston Matthews, Toronto Maple Leafs +1400
Igor Shesterkin, New York Rangers +2000
Kirill Kaprizov, Minnesota Wild +2200
Nathan MacKinnon, Colorado Avalanche +2500
Jack Campbell, Toronto Maple Leafs +3000
Andrei Vasilevskiy, Tampa Bay Lightning +3500
Artemi Panarin, New York Rangers +4000
Aleksander Barkov, Florida Panthers +4000

The current year's opposition for the Hart Memorial Trophy has a ton of commendable competitors. While a few players could without much of a stretch leave with the honor and nobody would flutter an eyelash, one of the better wagering picks is Jonathan Huberdeau at +900 chances.


Huberdeau is in his best mission yet. The 28-year-old speeds the NHL in helps (47) and focuses (64) in 47 games. That places him on pace for a 111-point crusade - by a long shot awesome of his young vocation.


The Hart Trophy goes to the association's Most Valuable Player and that is by and large what Huberdeau has been to the Florida Panthers, who sit first in the association with 69 focuses as of Feb. 2. Huberdeau's +900 chances offer extraordinary benefit particularly assuming that he proceeds going on like this.


Chances to Win 2021-22 Vezina Trophy
Igor Shesterkin, New York Rangers +225
Andrei Vasilevskiy, Tampa Bay Lightning +650
Jack Campbell, Toronto Maple Leafs +650
Frederik Andersen, Carolina Hurricanes +1200
Juuse Saros, Nashville Predators +1400
Sergei Bobrovsky, Florida Panthers +1600
Jacob Markstrom, Calgary Flames +2200
Tristan Jarry, Pittsburgh Penguins +2200

With regards to the association's best goaltender this season, it's difficult to come by better compared to New York Rangers netminder Igor Shesterkin. The 26-year-old Russian is 22-5-2 in his initial 29 beginnings of the mission, posting a .937 save rate (SV%) and 2.10 objectives against normal (GAA) to go with his triplet of shutouts.


In the event that that wasn't noteworthy all alone, he likewise drives the NHL with regards to objectives saved better than expected (25.7) and positions third among all skaters and goaltenders with 8.0 point shares.


You could pose the case that few of the above goaltenders should win the Vezina Trophy - particularly if expanding the wagering esteem is the objective. Be that as it may, it's difficult to prevent Shesterkin from getting the honor while he's playing this well in only his first season as the Rangers' full-time starter. Remembering that, he's the likeliest pick to win this honor.


Chances to Win 2021-22 James Norris Trophy
Cale Makar, Colorado Avalanche +125
Adam Fox, New York Rangers +450
Victor Hedman, Tampa Bay Lightning +500
Roman Josi, Nashville Predators +1100
Aaron Ekblad, Florida Panthers +1100
John Carlson, Washington Capitals +1600
Devon Toews, Colorado Avalanche +2500
Charlie McAvoy, Boston Bruins +3000
Quinn Hughes, Vancouver Canucks +3500
Alex Pietrangelo, Vegas Golden Knights +3500
Shea Theodore, Vegas Golden Knights +3500

The current year's James Norris Trophy race is likewise a tight one, with Cale Makar (+125), Adam Fox (+450) and Victor Hedman (+500) all making strong cases to be named the top defenseman in the NHL. So, Hedman offers extraordinary benefit at +500, however he additionally seems like the acceptable decision for the honor.


The 6-foot-6 Swede at present has 47 focuses in 46 games, placing him in a bind with Fox for the lead among defensemen. Hedman's 1.02 point-per-game speed is likewise a critical improvement over his profession normal of 0.71.


His play has the Tampa Bay Lightning sitting runner up in the Atlantic Division with 66 places, only three back of the Panthers for first. Odds are good that Tampa Bay doesn't have as much accomplishment as they've had in the event that Hedman doesn't play at his present level.


In the event that you're hoping to get somewhat more worth out of this grant race, Aaron Ekblad at +1100 is a decent "longshot" bet. His 41 focuses on the season have tied his past vocation high in 21 less games and the way that Florida keeps on winning with his assistance is something extraordinary in the eye of the electors.


In the event that you think he has a practical shot at winning the Norris Trophy, it's smarter to place some cash down on him now before his chances keep on moving along.


Chances to Win 2021-22 Calder Trophy
Trevor Zegras, Anaheim Ducks +150
Lucas Raymond, Detroit Red Wings +250
Moritz Seider, Detroit Red Wings +600
Leather expert Jeannot, Nashville Predators +1100
Anton Lundell, Florida Panthers +1800
Michael Bunting, Toronto Maple Leafs +2200
Dawson Mercer, New Jersey Devils +3500
Seth Jarvis, Carolina Hurricanes +3500
Jamie Drysdale, Anaheim Ducks +5000
Jeremy Swayman, Boston Bruins +5000
Jonathan Dahlen, San Jose Sharks +5000

Trevor Zegras has appeared as though a stud for the Anaheim Ducks in his freshman season. He has 32 focuses in 42 games and has made a few feature reel plays, prompting him turning into the Calder Trophy top choice at +150 chances. While he might be the most probable new kid on the block to win the honor right now, I imagine that Detroit Red Wings defenseman Moritz Seider is the better wagered.


Seider has turned into Detroit's best defenseman in a solitary season. It can some of the time require a very long time before blueliners become agreeable at the NHL level, yet that hasn't been the situation, taking everything into account.


He as of now has 29 focuses in 46 games, with his 25 helps driving all first-year players. Seider likewise drives all youngsters with 22:38 normal time on ice and has shown extraordinary two-way play by setting up 84 hindered shots and 65 hits to oblige his hostile aggregates.




As referenced previously, turning into a No. 1 defenseman at only 20 years of age is something seldom done. Seider should be perceived for his extraordinary play 스보벳 this season, making him an incredible bet to win the Calder Trophy at +600 chances.


Chances to Win 2021-22 Maurice "Rocket" Richard Trophy
Alexander Ovechkin, Washington Capitals +225
Leon Draisaitl, Edmonton Oilers +275
Auston Matthews, Toronto Maple Leafs +350
Connor McDavid, Edmonton Oilers +900
Chris Kreider, New York Rangers +1000
Kyle Connor, Winnipeg Jets +2000
Alex DeBrincat, Chicago Blackhawks +3000
Mikko Rantanen, Colorado Avalanche +3500
Sebastian Aho, Carolina Hurricanes +4000
Brad Marchand, Boston Bruins +4000
Steven Stamkos, Tampa Bay Lightning +4000

Prior in the 2021-22 NHL season, it appeared as though it would have been either Alexander Ovechkin (+225) or Auston Matthews (+350) that planned to win the Maurice "Rocket" Richard Trophy. While the two players actually have top-3 chances to begin February, bettors can get some incredible worth by going with Chris Kreider at +1000.


Regardless of being a 10-year veteran, Kreider has never had as much scoring accomplishment as he's seen this season. The 30-year-old leads the NHL with 33 objectives - by a wide margin the vast majority of his vocation - and is poised to wrap up with 57. He has 12 objectives in his last 10 games and isn't giving any indications of dialing back, particularly on the off chance that the Rangers continue to figure out how to win.


While Draisaitl (+275) is just two objectives behind him, there's a decent opportunity that Kreider's hot streak proceeds. Assuming that he does, his chances will improve, giving less worth back to bettors than they could get at +1000.



In the event that you don't figure Kreider can keep up his creation, I likewise like Matthews' chances of winning the Richard Trophy. Indeed, his +350 chances don't give as much worth, yet it's vital to bring up that he has just four less objectives than Kreider notwithstanding playing eight less games.


The Maple Leafs have played five less games than the Rangers, so the objectives race could look night and day different once those challenges are played. That is the reason I like Matthews as the most probable champ, with Kreider offering the best wagering esteem.