Can the Colorado Avalanche go back-to-back in 2023?

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These days the people of New York and New Jersey are watching the game The New York Islanders vs Nashville Predators. Odds to win the 2022/23 Stanley Cup for New York Islanders are +5000. They have a +5,000 chance of winning the 2022-23 Stanley Cup, predict NJ sportsbooks.

Now let’s move on to the upcoming “Colorado game”.

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The 2022 NHL season saw the Colorado Avalanche end 21 years of pain, as they overcame all before them to clinch their third Stanley Cup title.

In a campaign that had it all, the Avalanche held their nerve when it mattered against the Calgary Flames to bring success back to the city of Denver and the iconic Ball Arena.

As ever with the cyclical nature of most sports though, reveling in and celebrating any win is often short lived and once again, the 2022/23 NHL season is underway.

Having been there and done it, the Colorado Avalanche look set to be one of the favorites for Stanley Cup glory again this term and Jared Bednar will be hoping to inspire his troops into the history books.

Off-season acquisitions are often so important in the NHL and once again, Colorado Avalanche look to have recruited well and with plenty of key men still in their side from last season, they could be a juggernaut that is difficult to stop.

Nathan MacKinnon looks set to once again be integral to Avalanche’s hopes, whilst Mikko Rantanen and Evan Rodrigues will also have important roles to play if the Avalanche are to repeat last season’s heroics.

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Despite being amongst the favorites for glory again this term, Avalanche have been inconsistent so far this season and find themselves in mid-table in the Central Division of the Western Conference.

However, there is plenty of time for Avalanche to find their feet within the campaign and if last season is anything to go by, writing them off is always a dangerous move.

Currently, the Colorado Avalanche are +450 to win their second successive Stanley Cup and the 4th in their history in NHL 2022/23.

Last year’s runners up the Calgary Flames will still be reeling from their final defeat last season and they look to have the bit between their teeth this year.

At +650, the Flames look set to be in the mix again this term, having made a decent start in the Pacific Division.

Elsewhere, the Eastern Conference will be eager to put down a marker this season with the Carolina Hurricanes and the Florida Panthers likely to lead the charge.

Making it through the regional division will be the priority for both the Hurricanes and the Panthers but both teams look to have playoff credentials.

Coming in at +900 and +1100 respectively to win the NHL Stanley Cup this season according to some NJ bookies, both the Carolina Hurricanes and Florida Panthers look set to be in contention this term.

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Finding an outsider in any NHL season can often be tricky but with the Dallas Stars having enjoyed an excellent start to the season, they could be a team that sneaks under the radar at +2800 to taste Stanley Cup glory.

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