Pittsburgh Penguins 2017 Parade Live TV & Online Coverage; 2018 Stanley Cup Odds

The city of Pittsburgh is preparing for another championship parade! The Pittsburgh Penguins live TV and online coverage of  the 2017 Stanley Cup parade is set to take place this week following their 4-2 series win over the Nashville Predators. The Penguins are once again the champions of the hockey world. Sunday night the Pens defeated the Nashville Predators 2-0 in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final, claiming their second straight Stanley Cup championship. The Penguins became the first team since the 1997-98 Detroit Red Wings to win back-to-back championships. 

Now the party begins!

Hockey fans of all 30 other teams are already dreaming about the 2017-18 season, but as for the Penguins they are ready to enjoy the next few weeks and celebrate the great accomplishment of winning two straight championships.

This Wednesday, June 14 the Penguins will celebrate with about 500,000 of their closest friends as they drive the city street surrounding their home ice for a tick-tape parade.

NHL fans can watch all of the 2017 Stanley Cup champion parade for the Penguins several different ways. If you live in Pittsburgh or the WPXI will be airing the parade live from start to finish. The NHL Network will also be air the parade, so be sure to check you local listings. The Penguins championship parade will also be available for fans via live stream through NHL.com and CBS Pittsburgh. 

That’s it folks! The 2016-17 NHL season is officially history – and now fans have to wait four long grueling months for the new season to begin.

Below is a look at the updated Stanley Cup odds for the upcoming 2017-18 season.

2018 Stanley Cup Odds

Pittsburgh Penguins 8-1
Tampa Bay Lightning 10-1
Washington Capitals 10-1
Edmonton Oilers 10-1
Chicago Blackhawks 12-1
Montreal Canadiens 14-1
Toronto Maple Leafs 14-1
New York Rangers 14-1
Minnesota Wild 14-1
Nashville Predators 14-1
Dallas Stars 14-1
Anaheim Ducks 14-1
Columbus Blue Jackets 20-1
San Jose Sharks 20-1
Los Angeles Kings 20-1
Ottawa Senators 30-1
Boston Bruins 30-1
St. Louis Blues 30-1
Calgary Flames 30-1
Florida Panthers 40-1
New York Islanders 40-1
Philadelphia Flyers 40-1
Winnipeg Jets 40-1
Buffalo Sabres 60-1
Carolina Hurricanes 60-1
Detroit Red Wings 100-1
New Jersey Devils 100-1
Colorado Avalanche 100-1
Arizona Coyotes 100-1
Vancouver Canucks 100-1
Vegas Golden Knights 200-1