Penguins 2016 Stanley Cup Parade Live TV & Online Coverage; 2017 Cup Odds

The Pittsburgh Penguins are champions of the NHL! Pittsburgh captured the 2016 Stanley Cup last week after finishing off the San Jose Sharks in six games – and now Penguins fans are ready to party.  The Pens victory parade live TV and online coverage is scheduled to take place on Wednesday, June 15 at 11 a.m. from the Steel City, and you know that fans will be celebrating into the we hours of Thursday morning.

If you have to work, or you are just a Penguins fan who doesn’t live in Pittsburgh. or PA for that matter, don’t worry, you can still catch all of the action live through various TV and online venues.

The Pittsburgh Penguins parade will shown to fans locally on channel 11. However, if you are a fan of Pittsburgh but live out of town. have to work, or just can’t make to the parade, have no worries because WPXI has you covered! The 2016 NHL Parade will be shown nationally on (check local listings) and also be streamed live online through, WPXI on Facebook and the WPXI mobie app.

Now as the Penguins celebrate the big win, NHL teams and fans are already looking forward to next season – and so are Las Vegas sports books! The 2017 Stanley Cup odds have been released and the Penguins are the early favorites to win the 2017 Cup. Pittsburgh is listed at 8/1, followed by a two-way tie for second between Washington and Chicago at 10/1. Below is the complete list of the 2017 Stanley Cup odds courtesy of Bovada Sportsbook.

Pittsburgh Penguins: 8-1
Washington Capitals: 10-1
Chicago Blackhawks: 10-1
St. Louis Blues: 12-1
Los Angeles Kings: 14-1
San Jose Sharks: 14-1
Tampa Bay Lightning: 14-1
Anaheim Ducks: 16-1
Dallas Stars: 16-1
Detroit Red Wings: 18-1
Minnesota Wild: 18-1
Nashville Predators: 18-1
New York Rangers: 18-1
Montreal Canadiens: 20-1
New York Islanders: 20-1
Boston Bruins: 25-1
Florida Panthers: 25-1
Philadelphia Flyers: 25-1
Colorado Avalanche: 33-1
Calgary Flames: 40-1
Edmonton Oilers: 40-1
Ottawa Senators: 40-1
Arizona Coyotes: 50-1

Carolina Hurricanes: 50-1
Columbus Blue Jackets: 50-1
New Jersey Devils: 50-1
Vancouver Canucks: 50-1
Winnipeg Jets: 50-1
Buffalo Sabres: 66-1
Toronto Maple Leafs: 66-1