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Las Vegas is not a believer in the Calgary Flames to win the Cup in the 2019-2020 season.

While the Tampa Bay Lightning are 6-1 to win the Stanley Cup, the Flames are far behind at 20-1, despite the fact that almost all of their core will be returning to the fold.

This means that the Flames are seen as having the same odds to win the Cup in 2019-20 as the Jets, Stars, Islanders, Hurricanes, Predators and Blue Jackets.

If you are a Flames fan, do you take offense to that?

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The home of Calgary Flames - Scotiabank Saddledome - Photo taken on a sunny winter day.Despite a disappointing early exit from the 2019 Stanley Cup playoffs, the Calgary Flames have one of the most talented young roster in the league going forward and should be considered contenders for the Stanley Cup for years to come.

The Flames have almost all of their young nucleus under long-term contracts, as the likes of Johnny Gaudreau, Sean Monahan, Elias Lindholm and Mark Giordano all have a minimum of four years left on their deals.

The Flames will need to get Matthew Tkachuk under contract, as he is a restricted free agent heading into the 2019-2020 regular season.

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During the 2018-19 regular season, the Flames were 51-27-5-4 on the Money Line. People who backed the Flames throughout the regular season were rewarded early and often, which isn't a surprise given that the Flames were one of the top teams in the NHL.

The Flames were 27-11-4-2 on the Money Line on home ice and 24-16-1-2 on the road.

42 of the Flames' totals went over during the season, while 40 went under, and 5 pushed. The Flames were especially deadly on the offensive end at home this season, as 25 of their 44 games went over.

The Flames possessed one of the best offenses in the NHL during the 2018-19 season, as they were third in goals for with 3.5/game. This is not a surprise, as the likes of Gaudreau, Monahan and Tkachuk feasted this season.

Unlike in past seasons, the Flames were great on the defensive end as well, as they had the lowest Shots Against total per game at 28.1, while they were in the upper half of the league in terms of Goals Against.

If the Flames truly want to make a run at the Cup going forward, they are likely going to have to upgrade at goalie, as Mike Smith is likely not the answer, and is just a temporary stopgap.

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Calgary Flames Betting thoughts going forward:

The Flames are a young and talented roster and should continue to get better as they get older. If the Flames can upgrade at goaltender, they are one of the favourites to win the Stanley Cup during the 2019-2020 season.

Expect the Flames to continue to be one of the best offences in the NHL, as they have almost all of their young stars under long-term deals.