NYI:

2

PHI:

1

Final

TBL:

1

FLA:

7

Final

CGY:

4

NYR:

5

Final

VAN:

4

NJD:

5

Final

ANA:

2

DAL:

3

Final

MIN:

2

ARI:

3

Final

2022-2023 Norris Trophy Odds

With the 2022-2023 season right around the corner with training camp opening in a couple of weeks, it’s time to start looking at the odds of the NHL’s most prominent individual player trophies.

Last year the NHL saw multiple dominant defensemen take the ice, with some demonstrating extreme offensive talent on top of being lockdown defenders.

The Norris Trophy is awarded to the league’s best defenseman each season.

Last season saw Cale Makar of the Colorado Avalanche win the Norris as he had the most overall votes at 1,631. While Makar had the most overall, it was Nashville Predators defenseman Roman Josi who had the most first-place votes with 98 compared to Makar’s 92. Josi finished in second place with 1,606 total votes.

Here are the odds for the 2022-2023 Norris Trophy Winner:

Cale Makar: +150
Roman Josi: +700
Victor Hedman: +750
Adam Fox: +800
Charlie McAvoy: +900
Aaron Ekblad: +1000
Miro Heiskanen: +2000
Quinn Hughes: +2000
Moritz Seider: +2500
Devon Toews: +3000
Kris Letang: +3000
Alex Pietrangelo: +3300
Morgan Rielly: +3300
Shea Theodore: +3300
John Carlson: +4000
Thomas Chabot: +5000
Dougie Hamilton: +6000
Jaccob Slavin: +6000
Jared Spurgeon: +6000
MacKenzie Weegar: +6000
Rasmus Dahlin: +6000
Seth Jones: +6000
Tony DeAngelo: +6000

Makar and Josi Headline Top Two Favorites

It is no surprise that Cale Makar is the favorite after the season he had last year. The reining winner is only 23 years old and still hasn’t entered his prime yet. He is coming off a season where he put up 28 goals and 86 points while providing top-notch defense. Makar can also become the first back-to-back winner since Nicklas Lidstrom in the 2000s.

If Josi can continue his outstanding offensive output and cross the 100-point mark, which he came so close to last season (96 points), he could be taking the trophy home this year

Boston Bruins defenseman Charlie McAvoy is out until at least December, which probably all but erases his chances of winning the Norris this year.

Odds by Todd Cordell, betting writer for theScore.

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