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Conn Smythe Trophy Latest Odds: Marchessault remains the favourite

Who will take home the 2023 Conn Smythe Trophy as the most valuable player of the NHL playoffs?

The Stanley Cup Final is set, as the Florida Panthers and Vegas Golden Knights each seek a first championship in franchise history. 

Which player will prove most valuable to their team en route to lifting the Cup? 

Colorado Avalanche defenceman Cale Makar won last year’s award.

Click here for a complete list of every Conn Smythe Trophy winner, and continue reading for the latest odds to win it in 2023.

Latest odds to win Conn Smythe Trophy

Odds subject to change. Odds correct as of 11 AM ET on 6/11/23.

Jonathan Marchessault -110

The Golden Knights’ all-time leader in games played, goals, assists, and points, Marchessault has 20 points (11 goals, 9 assists) in his last 12 games, including five in four games in the Cup Final.

Adin Hill +1000

Hill was inserted into the Vegas goal midway through the second round against Edmonton, and has been sensational ever since. He's allowed 2 goals per game with a .934 save percentage over 15 games in his first ever postseason appearance.

Matthew Tkachuk +1800

Tkachuk has four game-winning goals these playoffs – three OT winners and a last-second goal to sweep the Hurricanes in the East Finals – to produce one of the most clutch scoring runs we’ve ever seen. Florida's Game 3 win against Vegas was made possible by his equalizing goal late in the third period.

Jack Eichel +2000

Eichel is excelling in his first ever Stanley Cup Playoffs. The 26-year-old has logged 23 points this postseason, trailing just Dallas’ Roope Hintz and Tkachuk for top spot in the NHL.

Mark Stone +2200

Sergei Bobrovsky +2500

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