How to Bet on the Buffalo Sabres in New York: Stanley Cup, Conference, Division, Player Futures Odds & More
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The Buffalo Sabres aren’t as bad as many people thought they were going to be heading into the season.
If you’re a New York resident, I hope you made the trip into New Jersey before the season and took the over on the win total. Otherwise, it’s never too late especially with the launch of sports betting in the state.
Be sure to set up an account on as many as possible in order to shop for the best odds.
Let’s get into some of the current odds on the Sabres.
Stanley Cup Odds
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You are basically throwing money away. But if you have to do it, throwing a $1 at DraftKings at 1000-1 odds isn’t the worst of ideas.
DraftKings also has good cash out options so if you were to place that bet and if they somehow find themselves in playoff contention, you could make some money on the cash out.
Eastern Conference Odds
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Similar to the Stanley Cup odds, this is like throwing money away. But if you are going to bet it, do it at low volume and take advantage of those 500-1 odds on DraftKings.
Metropolitan Division Odds
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This one has even worse value than Stanley Cup and Eastern Conference because they would have to get this one done in the regular season.
The best line is 750-1 on BetRivers.
Other Team Futures
DraftKings and FanDuel are offering odds on the Sabres to make the playoffs. ‘Yes’ is +2500 while ‘No’ is -8000 on DraftKings. ‘Yes’ is +3400 while ‘No’ is -8000 on FanDuel.
The Sabres are 1000-1 on DraftKings and 300-1 on FanDuel to win the President’s Trophy.
The only player future of interest for the Sabres is Peyton Krebs to win the Calder Memorial Trophy. Krebs is currently 65-1 on BetRivers to win the award that goes to the best rookie in the NHL.