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2022-23 Player Props And Two Computer Model Season Point Projections

It’s prediction season again, and while the SinBin crew will be holding ours until the next podcast, we’re starting to see some trickle in from a few of our favorite sources.

We’ll start with our absolute favorite source for prognostication, William Hill!

There’s been a bit of a shift in the overall numbers since we first highlighted them a month ago. VGK are still picked to make the playoffs and finish 3rd in the division but their point total has dipped a full point to 95.5 and the “Make the Playoffs” prop is all the way down to -220 (it was almost -300 at open).

The props on the Golden Knights to win the division have dropped too, to +380, while Vegas stands as 20:1 underdogs to win the Cup.

There are a bunch of new individual player props on the board too. Here are a few.

Jack Eichel Goals Scored
Over/Under 36.5

Jonathan Marchessault Goals Scored
Over/Under 25.5

Mark Stone Goals Scored
Over/Under 20.5

Phil Kessel Goals Scored
Over/Under 18.5

Logan Thompson Wins
Over/Under 27.5

Finally, William Hill has listed a special monthly prop on October points for the Golden Knights. Vegas play 10 games with five at home and five on the road. The only repeat opponent is Winnipeg. William Hill has the line set at 10.5 with the under as the slight favorite.

Like it or not, the oddsmakers are not expecting the Golden Knights to come flying out of the gate.

Also, a pair of excellent computerized projection models have released their first look at this season’s predicted standings.

We’ll start with the more optimistic of the two.

98 points? We’ll absolutely take that. The 75% chance to make the playoffs is obviously a bit lower than we have been used to in the past, but it’s still strong enough to expect it to happen.

On the other hand (good thing it’s not final yet)…

Yikes. VGK would miss out on the playoffs by three points using JFresh’s model and would actually finish 10th in the West. It calls for a shockingly balanced Pacific division, which is quite the opposite of what we’ve seen for the first five years.

We’re still waiting for a few of our other favorites (Dom at The Athletic and MoneyPuck) but the early numbers definitely seem to stand in line with how most view the team. The team themselves, of course, not included.


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  1. Herby

    I take the OVER on Kessel and the UNDER on the rest.

    • His lack of G scoring last season is a big red flag indicative of a decline (probably due to age).

      The Eichel total seems high. I wonder if it takes into account the possibilityof injury (I dont gamble).

  2. THE hockey GOD

    barring any significant injuries , the veterans on this team will lead the charge and gain a playoff berth


  3. Blitz

    It is interesting that both models have SEA above LA and directly behind VGK. I have said it a few times I think SEA is going to be much improved this season. They have put together a real solid group of forwards. If they can gel as a team they will win some games this year and maybe take some points away from us. The shit pacific div of yesterday year is getting tougher for sure.

    • Emmanuel

      A lot of Kraken new and old players had career seasons last year and will probably revert. Their D looks weaker. The two hot shot prospects might score but will probably be turnstiles. The G…uggghh! No proven/legit 1st line or 1st pairing player.

  4. Jeff

    Putting money on the Kings to win the division is a good bet.

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