The most disjointed Major League Soccer season in modern memory will enter its final stages beginning Friday (November 20), when the play-in phase of the knockout round gets underway. Check our MLS 2020 predictions, latest boosted odds and get free bets bonus for the games at BetMGM in NJ/CO/IN/PA or at Pointsbet in Illinois.
Winners of nine division titles over the past 12 seasons — plus the 2018 Stanley Cup championship – the Washington Capitals merely fine-tuned their roster in order to make a Cup run in 2020. Everyone knows that offensive production from the bottom six forwards was weak, so Capitals Senior Vice President and General Manager Brian MacLellan took this summer’s free agency period to dump most f them and bring in a bunch of talented youngsters – almost all from losing clubs, which make them hungry – to learn from the veterans then infuse some new life up front.
Depending on which sports book you looked at, the New York Rangers were the second or third choice to capture the 2020 Stanley Cup. That’s second or third from the bottom, with only the lowly Ottawa Senators considered the deepest longshot.
Coming off their best season in 35 years by posting 103 points, the New York Islanders are gaining little respect from New Jersey Sportsbooks. Finishing just one point behind the Washington Capitals for the Metropolitan Division title, the blossoming of the Isles’ defense seems a mirage to oddsmakers, leaving them lower in the Futures book at a consensus 35-1 than they were at this time last July.
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While fans of the St. Louis Blues enjoy their first Stanley Cup championship in the franchise’s 52-year history — they defeated the Boston Bruins in seven games… and the rest is “Gloria!