Patrick Kane Free Agent Odds: 2024-25 Season Landing Spots

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Patrick Kane might not be the player he once was. But with the NHL free agency window opening on July 1, the three-time Stanley Cup winner is bound to draw interest. Kane turns 36 on Nov. 19.

Ahead of the July 1 start to the league’s free agency window, developed the following Patrick Kane odds for where the future Hall of Famer will land next season. As a reminder, these odds are for infotainment purposes only and are exclusive to You will not find them at any licensed Michigan sports betting operator.

Patrick Kane Next Team Odds



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Boston Bruins



Colorado Avalanche



Dallas Stars



Florida Panthers



New York Rangers



Buffalo Sabres



Edmonton Oilers



Field/Stay with Detroit



You can get a jump on next season with our Detroit Red Wings betting sites and odds page.

After signing a one-year deal with Detroit last year, Kane still performed at a high level. He only appeared in 50 games – the fewest he has played in a non-lockout season – and his average time-on-ice of 18:23 was his lowest since his rookie season in 2007-08.

But the former Calder, Ross and Hart Trophy winner still scored 20 goals in the 2023-24 season with Detroit. That was the 16th time in 17 seasons he has reached that mark. He also tallied 27 assists to finish sixth on the team in points.

We will see if a Kane signing makes any team’s futures odds shift at Michigan sportsbook apps for the 2024-25 season.

Who Might Sign Patrick Kane?

Of the seven teams we list above as potential destinations for Kane, four of them are playing in the conference finals for berths in next month’s Stanley Cup final. The top two just saw their seasons eliminated in the last round. 

The only outlier is the Buffalo Sabres, Kane’s hometown team. The Sabres are the youngest team in the NHL, according to Left Wing Lock. Perhaps Kane’s experience and leadership could help Buffalo get over the hump and end the NHL’s playoff drought (13 seasons). The last time the Sabres made the playoffs came in 2011 when Kane was just in his fourth season with Chicago and well before top NHL betting sites were legal and regulated in Michigan.

If you’re looking for a team that’s off the board, then you might want to look at his old team. Reports last week indicated that the Blackhawks are at least considering making their former legend an offer. Chicago traded Kane during the 2022-23 season as they looked to rebuild, but maybe he could come back and mentor last year’s No. 1 overall pick, Connor Bedard.

Kane likely won’t be one of the first players signed when the window officially opens. Instead, he might be the alternative a team seeks if they lose a significant contributor. Kane wouldn’t be a replacement for Florida Panthers sniper Sam Reinhart, who is coming off a 57-goal regular season. However, he could be in play for Dallas if the Stars can’t get Matt Duchene to agree on a deal.

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Latest Stanley Cup Playoff Odds

Speaking of Dallas, the Stars are now favored against the Oilers in the Western Conference final after winning Games 2 and 3 following Edmonton’s overtime win in Game 1. Caesars Michigan Sportsbook gives Dallas odds of -270 in the best-of-seven series, while its oddsmakers have made Edmonton the underdog at +215 to erase a 2-1 series deficit.

The New York Rangers are a solid -175 favorite at BetMGM Michigan Sportsbook in the Eastern Conference final; they lead the Panthers 2-1 in that series heading into Tuesday’s Game 4. Florida has +145 odds at BetMGM to rally and win the series.

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