Oilers vs Panthers Series Odds, Stanley Cup Final Betting Trends

Edmonton Oilers vs Florida Panthers series odds are posted, with the Stanley Cup Final underway. Florida had the third-best record in the Eastern Conference and worked its way through to the championship series. Edmonton finished fifth in the Western Conference, but beat all comers to earn a shot at the chalice.

Florida is up 3-0 and now a much stronger favorite in odds for the Oilers-Panthers series. But bookmakers certainly hope this series turns into a competitive matchup in the Stanley Cup Final odds market.

Here's everything you need to know about Oilers vs Panthers series odds: action, movement and Stanley Cup Final betting trends. Check back regularly for updates, and use our BetMGM bonus code to get more when you wager.

Stanley Cup Final Series Odds

Edmonton Oilers vs Florida Panthers Odds

Oilers superstar Conor McDavid hopes to land his first Stanley Cup. (Getty)

UPDATE 3:30 P.M. ET SATURDAY: The Panthers have dominated their matchup with Edmonton, allowing just four goals while scoring 11 through three games. In Game 3, the Oilers and Panthers were tied 1-1 in the second period before before Florida scored three straight. The Oilers came back with two more goals of their own, but couldn't send things into overtime.

Now, Florida has a 3-0 series lead and pushed its postseason win streak to six games, dating to the Eastern Conference finals against the New York Rangers — four of those have been one-score contests.

BetMGM opened Oilers vs Panthers series odds at Florida -125/Edmonton +105. Prior to Game 3, Florida was -550, while Edmonton was +400.

With the series potentially nearing its end — only four teams in NHL history have come back from a 0-3 deficit — oddsmakers have the listed the Panthers as -3000 favorites to win the series.

"Panthers betting on the series has slowed down, for sure, with the price point. They're a big favorite now, so they're not attracting the same action," BetMGM trader Christian Cipollini said before Game 3. "But the Panthers are still a great outcome."

That's because Florida took very little action throughout the season in the Stanley Cup futures odds market, while Edmonton took a lot. Cipollini said that the Panthers drawing more money in the series market early on – before the series began, and prior to Games 1 and 2 – was key to offsetting Oilers futures liability.

"And in series props, Panthers -1.5 games is still getting love. It's really helping our position, should the Oilers come back," BetMGM trader Christian Cipollini said. "We'll be rooting for the Panthers to win this, for sure."

Sergei Bobrovsky remains a massive favorite to win the Conn Smythe award at -550 after opening the series with +400 odds. Bobrovsky represents the biggest liability for BetMGM in the awards market with 33% of the money on him to take home the hardware.

“BetMGM still wants the Panthers to win the Stanley Cup, but we don’t want Sergei Bobrovsky or Sam Bennett to win the Conn Smythe," said Trader Matthew Rasp before Game 3.

For Saturday's potential closeout Game 4, BetMGM opened at Edmonton -125/Florida +105. The moneyline has moved very slightly toward the Panthers who are -105 with the Oilers coming in at -115.

The Game 4 total opened at 5.5, shaded to the Under at -120. There's been no movement so far, but Cipollini said the Over is getting the majority of tickets and money despite hitting just once through three games.