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The Dallas Stars created an insane 17-point leap from the 2014-15 year to their Central Division-winning effort one year ago and the thrill-a-minute team is projected for large things from NHL pundits and oddsmakers alike.
The Stars’ 267 targets made them the league’s top scoring team last season and members of this red light production sector will be grinning ear to ear since Dallas seems poised to eclipse that number also this year, light lamps from shore to shore.
The roster is a who’s who of offensive dynamos, such as Jamie Benn, Tyler Seguin, Patrick Sharp and Jason Spezza. In addition to that combination for the new season is Jiri Hudler, whom Dallas signed for the paltry sum of $2 million to get a yearlong stay. How you receive a guy with Hudler’s offensive chops for this price, I’ll never understand.
The OVER is a ever-popular gaming alternative with this team because of that potent offense. One year ago, Dallas gather a 45-36-1 O/U mark for totals bettors and the sky is the limit this time around. So skilled is this team I would not be shocked to observe a six to the board at any point this year.
However, the Stars play in hockey’s toughest division and it will be a dogfight with their fellow Central members all year.
Here’s a look at where the Stars stand so far as the futures is concerned.
Stanley Cup +1200
Dallas will look to improve upon a trip to the Western Conference semifinals last season in which they were eliminated from the St. Louis Blues in seven matches. They entered the postseason as the No. 1 seed in the West and also did remove the Minnesota Wild in six games in the opening round. Considering the dominant everyday life, by no means should the playoffs be looked at as a failure.
Online store BetOnline currently has Dallas fifth in their Stanley Cup futures at +1200. It’s not a terrible cost and not the best value on the plank, but considering the likes of the Tampa Bay Lightning and Washington Capitals — that they are probably better than when considering the teams now — sit facing them, it does look somewhat attractive.
The Stars haven’t won a Stanley Cup since that famous 1998-99 victory but there’s something about this lineup, though this propensity to give up a few goals at the other end nevertheless succeeds. The group has tasted the playoffs and will be pushed to acquire further come playoff time.
Western Conference +650
Dallas has a pair of conference championships and also to get to this Stanley Cup final, they will need to money this wager first. BetOnline has Dallas at +650, which is second behind the Chicago Blackhawks (+375).
As with any Stanley Cup playoffs, it is likely to be a grind and the Stars are going to compete with a few more experienced teams, but the talent is undeniable and Benn is establishing himself as a superb captain. We saw that a first-time winner last season; perhaps Dallas is poised to replicate the Sharks’ success.
Central Division +325
Despite my praise for Dallas as a good Cup or seminar futures bet, this is the one which scares me the most. The Central is such a talented, deep division that any one of those teams (save for maybe the Winnipeg Jets, let’s not get crazy here) can top this group come year’s end.
One trend to notice, however: since joining the division for its 2013-14 year, Dallas has improved its point total annually. The Stars finished with a whopping 109 at 2015-16. If this trend continues, the branch is theirs.
Season Factors OVER/UNDER 101.5
Speaking of that tendency, this one feels ripe for the picking. As mentioned, this really is a team that is coming from a 109-point effort and has probably gotten BETTER considering adding the criminally underrated Hudler. Not a lot of teams, if any, are going to be able to match the breakneck Golden State Warriors-esque scoring pace that Dallas will bring to the ice night in, night out. They may give up a few goals, but who out there can score six?

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