The Philadelphia Flyers have long odds heading into the 2023-24 season.
The odds are understandable for a team on the rebuild.
We publish such odds because insight can be drawn on what oddsmakers think of how teams and players will perform. And, because people bet on sports.
If you’re interested in placing a bet, here are some online sportsbooks in the U.S.
There are some fun plays available. The Philadelphia Flyers were 31-38-13 last season for 75 points. The Over/Under for this season is 76.5 from one sportsbook, and Over/Under 75 from another.
We also found prop bets on Carter Hart’s wins, Owen Tippett’s goals and Travis Konecny’s goals.
If you’re feeling confident about the Flyers’ chances this season, there is a bet on whether Philadelphia will reach 90 points.
- Flyers’ regular-season points: Over 76.5 -115. Under 76.5 -115.
- Flyers’ least regular-season points in NHL (seventh-longest odds): +1000.
- Flyers to reach 90 regular-season points: +400.
- Flyers to make the playoffs: Yes +650. No -1000.
- Flyers to win the Stanley Cup: +15000.
- Flyers to win the Metropolitan Division: +13000.
- Flyers to win Presidents’ Trophy: +50000.
- Which state/province the 2024 Stanley Cup champion will come from. There is a Pennsylvania bet (Flyers or Penguins) at +2800. Can’t imagine that getting much action from Philly.
- A Canadian team hasn’t won the Stanley Cup since 1993 when the Montreal Canadiens defeated the Los Angeles Kings. The odds on a Canada team winning the Cup in 2024 are +320. The odds for an American-based team winning the Cup are -450.
- Edmonton’s Connor McDavid is the favorite to win the Hart Trophy (league MVP) at +125. Colorado’s Nathan MacKinnon is second at +850.
- To score 100 points: Hurricanes (-600), Devils (-450), Avalanche (-300), Oilers (-300), Maple Leafs (-300).
- To score 30+ goals: Owen Tippett +125, Travis Konecny +150.
- How many goals will Connor McDavid score in regular season: Over 55.5 (-115), Under 55.5 (-115).
- How many wins will Carter Hart record in regular season: Over 22.5, Under 22.5 (both -115).