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2021 Calder Memorial Trophy Odds

 
Apr. 11, 2021
by VI News
VegasInsider.com

2021 Calder Trophy Odds

Odds To Win 2021 Calder Trophy (5/8/21)
Team American Fractional
Kirill Kaprizov (Minnesota) -834 3/25
Jason Robertson (Dallas) +650 13/2
Tim Stuetzle (Ottawa) +800 8/1
Ty Smith (New Jersey) +800 8/1
Josh Norris (Ottawa) +800 8/1
Pius Suter (Chicago) +800 8/1
Kaapo Kahkonen (Minnesota) +800 8/1
Kevin Lankinen (Chicago) +1200 12/1
Alexander Romanov (Montreal) +2000 20/1
Ilya Sorokin (N.Y. Islanders) +2000 20/1
Philipp Kurashev (Chicago) +2000 20/1
Oliver Wahlstrom (N.Y. Islanders) +2000 20/1
Vitek Vanecek (Washington) +2000 20/1
Alex Nedelijkovic (Carolina) +2000 20/1

Odds Provided by PointsBet - Subject to Change

What is the Calder Memorial Trophy?

The Calder Memorial Trophy is awarded the the NHL's best rookie player at the conclusion of the regular-season. The award is named after the first president of the NHL, Frank Calder. The minor league AHL (American Hockey League) awards its champion the Calder Cup, as the league is a 'Triple-A' affiliate of the NHL.

This award is the NHL's Rookie of the Year Award, first won by Carl Voss in 1932. Many notable players have won this award such as Alexander Ovechkin, Evgeni Malkin and Auston Matthews. Cale Makar of the Colorado Avalanche won last year's award, marking the first time a defenseman has won the Calder Memorial Trophy since Aaron Ekblad in 2014-'15.

Past Calder Memorial Trophy Winners

  • 2019-20: Cale Makar - Colorado Avalanche
  • 2018-19: Elias Pettersson - Vancouver Canucks
  • 2017-18: Mathew Barzal - New York Islanders
  • 2016-17: Auston Matthews - Toronto Maple Leafs
  • 2015-16: Artemi Panarin - Chicago Blackhawks
  • 2014-15: Aaron Ekblad - Florida Panthers
  • 2013-14: Nathan MacKinnon - Colorado Avalanche
  • 2012-13: Jonathan Huberdeau - Florida Panthers
  • 2011-12: Gabriel Landeskog - Colorado Avalanche
  • 2010-11: Jeff Skinner - Carolina Hurricanes
  • 2009-10: Tyler Myers - Buffalo Sabres
  • 2008-09: Steve Mason - Philadelphia Flyers
  • 2007-08: Patrick Kane - Chicago Blackhawks
  • 2006-07: Evgeni Malkin - Pittsburgh Penguins
  • 2005-06: Alexander Ovechkin - Washington Capitals


  
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