2015 NHL All-Star Game Betting Lines

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Alex Ovechkin and Steven Stamkos are the co-favorites at the sportsbooks to be taken with the first overall pick in the 2015 NHL All-Star Fantasy Draft on Friday night.

At Bodog Ovechkin and Stamkos are both listed at 2/1 on the odds to be the first overall selection at the event which will determine the rosters for Sunday’s NHL All-Star Game in Columbus. Blackhawks forward Jonathan Toews and Blue Jackets forward Nick Foligno are the designated captains for the two teams and will make the picks.

Foligno’s Columbus teammate Ryan Johansen is third at 4/1 odds to be the first overall selection in the draft followed by Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith and Blackhawks goalie Corey Crawford, who are both at 10/1. Predators defenseman Shea Weber rounds out the top tier of those betting odds at 12/1.

Buffalo Sabres forward Zemgus Girgensons and Vancouver Canucks forward Radim Vrbata are both sitting at 4/1 odds at Bodog to be the last overall pick in the NHL All-Star Fantasy Draft, with the Devils’ Patrik Elias at 5/1, the Senators’ Bobby Ryan and the Lightning’s Tyler Johnson at 6/1, and the Maple Leafs’ Phil Kessel at 9/1.

Who will win the 2015 NHL All-Star Skills Competition
Team Toews -110
Team Foligno -130

Who will be picked first in the 2015 NHL All Star Draft?
Alex Ovechkin (WAS) 2/1
Steven Stamkos (TB) 2/1
Ryan Johansen (CLB) 4/1
Duncan Keith (CHI) 10/1
Corey Crawford (CHI) 10/1
Shea Weber (NAS) 12/1
Anze Kopitar (LA) 30/1
John Tavares (NYI) 30/1
Phil Kessel (TOR) 30/1
Brent Seabrook (CHI) 40/1
Carey Price (MON) 40/1
Claude Giroux (PHI) 40/1
Patrice Bergeron (BOS) 40/1
Tyler Seguin (DAL) 40/1
Any Other Player 40/1
Zemgus Girgensons (BUF) 50/1
Jakub Voracek (PHI) 50/1
Vladimir Tarasenko (STL) 50/1
Jaroslav Halak (NYI) 80/1
Ryan Nugent-Hopkins (EDM) 80/1
Ryan Suter (MIN) 80/1
Tyler Johnson (TB) 80/1
Bobby Ryan (OTT) 80/1
Marc-Andre Fleury (PIT) 80/1
Roberto Luongo (FLA) 80/1
Mark Giordano (CAL) 80/1
Brent Burns (SJ) 100/1
Dustin Byfuglien (WPG) 100/1
Justin Faulk (CAR) 100/1
Kevin Shattenkirk (STL) 100/1
Patrik Elias (NJ) 100/1
Radim Vrbata (VAN) 100/1
Oliver Ekman-Larsson (PHO) 100/1

Who will be picked last in the 2015 NHL All Star Draft?
Any Other Player 3/1
Zemgus Girgensons (BUF) 4/1
Radim Vrbata (VAN) 4/1
Patrik Elias (NJ) 5/1
Bobby Ryan (OTT) 6/1
Tyler Johnson (TB) 6/1
Phil Kessel (TOR) 9/1
Vladimir Tarasenko (STL) 15/1
Ryan Nugent-Hopkins (EDM) 15/1
Tyler Seguin (DAL) 20/1
Patrice Bergeron (BOS) 30/1
Jakub Voracek (PHI) 30/1
Claude Giroux (PHI) 50/1
Alex Ovechkin (WAS) 100/1
Steven Stamkos (TB) 100/1
Ryan Johansen (CLB) 100/1
Anze Kopitar (LA) 100/1
John Tavares (NYI) 100/1

Will Carey Price (MON) and Jaroslav Halak (NYI) be on the same All Star Team?
Yes -110
No -130

Will Ryan Johansen (CLB) and Nick Foligno (CLB) be on the same All Star Team?
Yes -200
No +150

Will Jonathan Toews (CHI), Corey Crawford (CHI), Duncan Keith (CHI) and Brent Seabrook (CHI) be on the same All Star Team?
Yes +550
No -900

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The rosters are set as the National Hockey League gets ready to stage the 2012 All-Star Game on Sunday afternoon, with Team Alfredsson the betting favorite.

The 2012 NHL All-Star Fantasy Draft turned into a partisan affair as Daniel Alfredsson selected each of his Ottawa Senators teammates and some fellow Swedes as well.

Zdeno Chara showed just as much bias by choosing countrymen Marian Hossa and Marian Gaborik along with teammates Tim Thomas and Tyler Seguin for his roster.

The rosters measure up quite evenly, with 5Dimes giving a slight edge to Team Alfredsson as a -115 moneyline favorite in NHL All-Star Game betting action for Sunday.

The OVER/UNDER is set at 18 for this usually wide-open affair, and the combined score could favor OVER bettors with 21 goals scored in last year’s contest.

There isn’t much to sway bettors in either direction with the teams fairly comparable in age, height, and weight. However, with the game hosted by Ottawa, the crowd will no doubt be vocal in its support of Team Alfredsson.

Team Chara has the more experienced roster, along with a big advantage in career scoring, but the totals this season are nearly identical. Team Alfredsson has scored more goals, with Team Chara holding an advantage in assists and having a slim lead in overall total points.

Team Chara’s goaltending tandem of Thomas, Carey Price, and Jimmy Howard has a combined nine more wins with slightly more games played than Team Alfredsson netminders Henrik Lundqvist, Brian Elliott, and Jonathan Quick.

One of the more popular prop bets made during the NHL All-Star Game is the MVP award. Evgeni Malkin leads the NHL with 58 points and has played in just 42 games, so he could be a contender for that honour. Steven Stamkos is leading the league with 32 goals despite playing on an underachieving Tampa Bay club.

Jason Spezza will be playing in his own rink and he has certainly lit the lamp on occasion this year with 20 goals and 30 assists for 50 points in 52 games.

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