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The 2013-14 NHL season began on 1 October, with an 82-game regular season running until April, when the playoffs for the Stanley Cup begin. Visit the official NHL site for more information.

NHL Matches

Time 1 2 Betting

Thursday 9th October 2014

00:05

Montreal Canadiens (20/19)

Toronto Maple Leafs (13/15)

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00:35

Philadelphia Flyers (8/5)

Boston Bruins (4/7)

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03:05

San Jose Sharks (13/10)

Los Angeles Kings (7/10)

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03:05

Vancouver Canucks (10/13)

Calgary Flames (15/13)

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Friday 10th October 2014

00:05

Anaheim Ducks (5/4)

Pittsburgh Penguins (4/6)

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00:05

Columbus Blue Jackets (4/5)

Buffalo Sabres (20/19)

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00:05

Montreal Canadiens (15/13)

Washington Capitals (8/11)

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00:05

New Jersey Devils (5/4)

Philadelphia Flyers (4/6)

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00:35

Boston Bruins (5/6)

Detroit Red Wings (1)

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00:35

Florida Panthers (16/11)

Tampa Bay Lightning (4/7)

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01:05

New York Rangers (6/5)

St Louis Blues (7/10)

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01:05

Ottawa Senators (20/19)

Nashville Predators (4/5)

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01:35

Chicago Blackhawks (10/13)

Dallas Stars (11/10)

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01:35

Colorado Avalanche (15/13)

Minnesota Wild (8/11)

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02:35

Calgary Flames (6/5)

Edmonton Oilers (7/10)

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03:05

Winnipeg Jets (5/4)

Arizona Coyotes (4/6)

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Saturday 11th October 2014

00:05

New York Islanders (5/4)

Carolina Hurricanes (4/6)

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Stanley Cup Outrights

Eastern Conference

Participant name Odds Bookie All odds

Boston Bruins

10/3

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Pittsburgh Penguins

5

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Montreal Canadiens

7

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New York Rangers

7

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Tampa Bay Lightning

10

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Atlantic Division

Participant name Odds Bookie All odds

Boston Bruins

17/10

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Tampa Bay Lightning

9/2

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Montreal Canadiens

5

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Detroit Red Wings

9

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Toronto Maple Leafs

9

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Metropolitan Division

Participant name Odds Bookie All odds

Pittsburgh Penguins

9/4

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New York Rangers

4

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Philadelphia Flyers

6

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Columbus Blue Jackets

13/2

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Washington Capitals

8

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Stanley Cup

Participant name Odds Bookie All odds

Chicago Blackhawks

8

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Los Angeles Kings

9

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Boston Bruins

9

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Pittsburgh Penguins

12

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St Louis Blues

14

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Anaheim Ducks

14

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New York Rangers

16

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San Jose Sharks

18

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Montreal Canadiens

18

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Colorado Avalanche

20

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Western Conference

Participant name Odds Bookie All odds

Chicago Blackhawks

10/3

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Los Angeles Kings

9/2

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St Louis Blues

11/2

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San Jose Sharks

7

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Anaheim Ducks

8

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Central Division

Participant name Odds Bookie All odds

Chicago Blackhawks

7/4

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St Louis Blues

3

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Colorado Avalanche

6

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Minnesota Wild

13/2

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Dallas Stars

9

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Pacific Division

Participant name Odds Bookie All odds

Los Angeles Kings

7/4

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Anaheim Ducks

3

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San Jose Sharks

5

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Vancouver Canucks

15/2

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Arizona Coyotes

17/2

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News

Adams stays grounded

Nicola Adams is a huge favourite to be crowned the first Commonwealth Games women's boxing gold medallist.

Sharp roared to 800m silver

Lynsey Sharp was roared to the line by a partisan Hampden Park crowd as the Scot won silver in the 800 metres.

Lewis rules in pole vault

Steven Lewis edged past Luke Cutts in an all-English jump-off to secure pole vault gold at Glasgow 2014.

Latvala extends lead

Jari-Matti Latvala will take a healthy 19.7-second cushion into the third stage of the Neste Oil Rally Finland.

Top seeds survive scare

Top seeds Chris Adcock and Andy Ellis survived a huge scare to keep their Commonwealth Games challenge alive.

More bowls joy for Scots

Darren Burnett completed a golden day for Scotland as he beat Ryan Bester 21-9 to win the men's bowls singles.

Wilson claims gold

England's Nile Wilson won gold in a dramatic high bar final which was decided on a tie-break.

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