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2019-20 Rocket Richard Trophy Odds

 

What is the Rocket Richard Trophy?

The "Rocket" Richard Trophy is named after Montreal Canadiens' Hall of Famer Maurice Richard and is awarded to the NHL player who scored the most goals in a season. The award was first handed out in the 1998-99 season with the original winner being Teemu Selanne of Anaheim. Only one season didn't have a winner, which came in the lockout campaign of 2004-05.


Washington Capitals' star Alex Ovechkin is seeking his ninth "Rocket" Richard Trophy for most goals scored in a season. (AP)

The player who has captured the most "Rocket" Richard Trophies is Washington Capitals' forward Alex Ovechkin with eight goal titles. Ovechkin has led the league in goals in six of the past seven seasons, including 51 goals last season.

At the time the season came to a halt in mid-March, Ovechkin was tied with Boston Bruins' forward David Pastrnak for most goals in the NHL with 48, while Toronto Maple Leafs' star Auston Matthews is one behind at 47.

Ovechkin came into the season as the favorite at 4/1 odds to win the trophy, while Pastrnak sat at hefty 40/1 odds to finish with the most goals.

NHL Rocket Richard Trophy Odds

2019-20 NHL Odds to win Rocket Richard Trophy
Player Odds
Alex Ovechkin (Capitals) 7/1
John Tavares (Maple Leafs) 10/1
Connor McDavid (Oilers) 12/1
Patrik Laine (Jets) 14/1
Alex Debrincat (Blackhawks) 16/1
Auston Matthews (Maple Leafs) 16/1
Leon Draisaitl (Oilers) 18/1
Nathan Mackinnon (Avalanche) 18/1
Nikita Kucherov (Lightning) 20/1
Patrick Kane (Blackhawks) 20/1
Mark Scheifele (Jets) 25/1
Steven Stamkos (Lightning) 30/1
Taylor Hall (Coyotes) 40/1
Brayden Point (Lightning) 40/1
Cam Atkinson (Blue Jackets) 40/1
Jake Guentzel (Penguins) 40/1
Jeff Skinner (Sabres) 40/1
Aleksander Barkov (Panthers) 40/1
David Pastrnak (Bruins) 40/1
Mark Stone (Golden Knights) 40/1
Mike Hoffman (Panthers) 40/1
Sidney Crosby (Penguins) 40/1
Max Pacioretty (Golden Knights) 60/1
Vladimir Tarasenko (Blues) 60/1
Brad Marchand (Bruins) 60/1
Elias Pettersson (Canucks) 60/1
Joe Pavelski (Sharks) 80/1
Johnny Gaudreau (Flames) 60/1
Gabriel Landeskog (Avalanche) 80/1
Evgeni Malkin (Penguins) 80/1
Matthew Tkachuk (Flames) 80/1
Tomas Hertl (Sharks) 100/1
Dylan Larkin (Red Wings) 100/1
Jack Hughes (Devils) 100/1
Alexander Radulov (Stars) 100/1
Jonathan Toews (Blackhawks) 100/1
Artemi Panarin (Rangers) 100/1
Matt Duchene (Predators) 100/1
Mikko Rantanen (Avalanche) 100/1
Mitchell Marner (Maple Leafs) 100/1
Patrice Bergeron (Bruins) 100/1
Sean Couturier (Flyers) 100/1
Sean Monahan (Flames) 100/1
Sebastian Aho (Hurricanes) 100/1
Tyler Johnson (Lightning) 100/1
Tyler Seguin (Stars) 100/1
Viktor Arvidsson (Predators) 100/1
Phil Kessel (Coyotes) 100/1
Andreas Athanasiou (Oilers) 200/1
Bo Horvat (Canucks) 200/1
Elias Lindholm (Flames) 200/1
Jack Eichel (Sabres) 200/1
Jaden Schwartz (Blues) 200/1
James Van Riemsdyk (Flyers) 200/1
Jonathan Huberdeau (Panthers) 200/1
Jonathan Marchessault (Golden Knights) 200/1
Kaapo Kakko (Rangers) 200/1
Kyle Connor (Jets) 200/1
Anders Lee (Islanders) 200/1
Brendan Gallagher (Canadiens) 200/1
Brock Boeser (Canucks) 200/1
Chris Kreider (Rangers) 200/1
Evgenii Dadonov (Panthers) 200/1
Filip Forsberg (Predators) 200/1
Jake Debrusk (Bruins) 200/1
Jamie Benn (Stars) 200/1
Josh Anderson (Blue Jackets) 200/1
Kyle Palmieri (Devils) 200/1
Logan Couture (Sharks) 200/1
Max Domi (Canadiens) 200/1
Mika Zibanejad (Rangers) 300/1
Nikita Gusev (Devils) 300/1
Pierre-Luc Dubois (Blue Jackets) 300/1
Ryan Dzingel (Hurricanes) 300/1
Ryan Nugent-Hopkins (Oilers) 300/1
Ryan O'Reilly (Blues) 300/1
Timo Meier (Sharks) 300/1
William Karlsson (Golden Knights) 300/1
Zach Parise (Wild) 300/1
Evander Kane (Sharks) 300/1
Alex Tuch (Golden Knights) 300/1

  
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