Anaheim Ducks Odds

Anaheim Ducks” is the less cartoonish-sounding name for the Southern California NHL team that began as the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim in 1993. The original name was based on the Mighty Ducks movie, and the change came with the sale of the franchise in 2005.

Now led by Calder Memorial Trophy NHL Rookie of the Year candidate Trevor Zegras, the Ducks have a bright future. With Californians about to vote on legalizing and regulating sports betting in the November 2022 election, betting on the Ducks is set to explode.

Here are all the pertinent details for Anaheim Ducks betting in California—from current Ducks game lines to the latest odds on the Ducks winning the Stanley Cup and more.

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Tonight’s Ducks odds

Here are the latest Anaheim Ducks moneylines, puck lines and totals for tonight’s NHL game:

Ducks Stanley Cup odds

Here’s a look at the current odds on the Anaheim Ducks making the Stanley Cup Playoffs, advancing to the Stanley Cup Finals and winning the franchise’s second Stanley Cup:

Zegras prop odds

Trevor Zegras could be a Hart Memorial Trophy finalist in the near future, but in the meantime check his game-to-game prop odds below:

Standard Ducks game lines

The most common Ducks game lines at NHL betting sites include the moneyline, puck line, and totals line. Bet any one of these three and you’ll lock in the currently posted odds at the time you place that bet.

MoneylinePuck LineTotal
Anaheim Ducks-160-1.5 (+165)Over 6.5 (-110)
Arizona Coyotes+135+1.5 (-215)Under 6.5 (-110)

The moneyline asks you to pick winners straight up. The puck line is hockey’s version of the betting spread. The totals line is the over/under on the total goals in a game.

You’re likely to find the Ducks are a -160 favorite on the moneyline over the +135 underdog Arizona Coyotes over at BetMGM Sportsbook. Bet on the Ducks and earn $100 for every $160 wagered, plus your bet back, if they get the win. Bet on Arizona and earn $135 for every $100 bet, plus your bet back, if they win.

Now, the puck line changes the odds. With a 1.5 goal line, you’re now likely to find the Ducks are a -1.5 (+165) puck line underdogs against the +1.5 (-215) Coyotes at DraftKings Sportsbook. Bet on the Ducks puck line and earn $165 for every $100 wagered, plus your bet back, if the Ducks win by two goals or more. Bets on the Coyotes and earn $100 for every $215 bet, plus your bet back, if they win outright, or lose by one goal.

Finally, you’re likely to find FanDuel Sportsbook has a 6.5 goal over/under on the game with -110 odds on both sides. That means you’ll earn $100 for every $110 wagered, betting that there will be either six goals or more scored, or five goals or fewer.

Ducks prop bets and futures

You can also bet on NHL player props and team props or on the entire season through NHL futures markets.

Futures found at most sportsbooks like DraftKings, BetMGM and FanDuel include bets on the Ducks to:

  • Make the playoffs
  • Win the Western Conference (in the playoffs)
  • Win the Stanley Cup

Player props found at most sportsbooks like DraftKings, BetMGM, and FanDuel include bets on:

  • A specific player to score
  • An over/under on a player’s total assists
  • An over/under on a player’s total points
  • An over/under on a goalie’s total saves

Ducks live betting odds

Should sportsbook apps come to California, they’ll bring live NHL betting with them. Live betting allows you to bet on the Ducks during their games.

Of course, the action on the ice happens super fast, so these live odds change fast. That means mobile sportsbook apps are the best way to keep up.

Remember that the Ducks were -160 moneyline favorites over the Arizona Coyotes at BetMGM Sportsbook before the game. Check back with the Ducks leading by two goals nearing the end of the second period and those odds will have moved closer to -300.

Then, with the same scoreline, the Ducks team odds will dive significantly almost every second as the game nears its conclusion. A two-goal lead in the final minutes will drive the odds over -10000 or more, until betting is finally suspended.

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Where do the Anaheim Ducks play?

  • Home Arena: The Honda Center (formerly Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim)
  • Address: 2695 East Katella Avenue
  • Location: Anaheim, California
  • Owner: City of Anaheim
  • Operator: Anaheim Arena Management (Anaheim Ducks)
  • Hockey Capacity: 17,174
  • Opened: June 17, 1993 (Barry Manilow concert)
  • Construction Cost: $123 million
  • Biggest Game: June 6, 2007 – Anaheim Ducks win Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Finals to clinch a title

Where to find the Ducks on TV & radio

All Ducks regular-season games air locally on either Bally Sports SoCal, Bally Sports West or KCOP-TV.

John Ahlers does play-by-play with color analyst Brian Hayward. Ducks programming can also be streamed live on the Bally Sports app. KLAA-AM 830 is the home of Ducks hockey on the radio.

Ducks career stat leaders

Here are the Ducks’ career stat leaders:

  • Goals: Teemu Selänne – 457
  • Assists: Ryan Getzlaf – 731
  • Points: Ryan Getzlaf – 1,013
  • Penalty Minutes: Corey Perry – 1,110
  • Points Per Game Avg: Paul Kariya – 1.10
  • Hat Tricks: Teemu Selänne – 13
  • Goals Against Avg: Frederik Andersen – 2.33
  • Shutouts: Jean-Sebastien Giguere – 32

10 franchise defining Ducks facts

  • Valuation: $620 million
  • Owners/Paid: Henry Samueli and Susan Samueli paid $70 million for the team in 2005.
  • Building Naming Rights: Honda paid $60 million for the 15-year naming rights in 2016 and renewed them for another 10 years in 2020.
  • Stanley Cup Wins: The Ducks won their first and only Stanley Cup in 2007, becoming the first Stanley Cup-winning team from California.
  • Ducks Numbers Retired: #8 Teemu Selänne, #9 Paul Kariya, #27 Scott Niedermayer
  • Conn Smythe Trophy Winners (Playoff MVP): Jean-Sebastien Giguere (2002-03), Scott Niedermayer (2006-07)
  • Maurice “Rocket” Richard Trophy Winners (Most Goals): Teemu Selänne (1998-99), Corey Perry (2010-11)
  • Hart Memorial Trophy Winners (NHL MVP): Corey Perry (2010-11)
  • Lady Byng Memorial Trophy Winners (Gentlemanly Conduct): Paul Kariya (1995-96 and 1996-97)
  • Single Season Point Leader: 109 – Teemu Selänne (1996-97)

Where to bet on the Ducks

California doesn’t have legal and regulated sports betting, but there is hope for the near future. One sports betting measure will definitely be on California’s November 2022 election ballot, and another might make it there as well.

If you want to bet on the Ducks before legal and regulated sports betting comes to California, head to one of the state’s three neighbors. Arizona, Nevada and Oregon all have sports betting and offer you the chance to bet on Ducks hockey.

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