June 16, 2014 at 1:08 pm

Red Wings have 22-to-1 shot to win Stanley Cup next season

Danny DeKeyser was among the group of younger Red Wings who kept the team's playoff streak alive this past season. (David Guralnick / Detroit News)

The Red Wings, who have made the playoffs for 23 straight seasons, have a 22-to-1 shot of winning the Stanley Cup next season, according to online bookmaker Bovada.com.

Detroit, which last hoisted the Cup in 2008, is 22 to 1 to claim Lord Stanley next season. The Chicago Blackhawks, who fell in the Western Conference finals to the eventual champion Kings in this year’s playoffs, are the favorite at 7 to 1.

The Buffalo Sabres are the biggest underdog at 100 to 1.

2015 Stanley Cup odds

Chicago Blackhawks -- 7/1

Boston Bruins -- 8/1

Los Angeles Kings -- 9/1

Pittsburgh Penguins -- 10/1

St. Louis Blues -- 12/1

Anaheim Ducks -- 14/1

San Jose Sharks -- 14/1

New York Rangers -- 16/1

Colorado Avalanche -- 18/1

Minnesota Wild -- 20/1

Montreal Canadiens -- 20/1

Detroit Red Wings -- 22/1

Tampa Bay Lightning -- 25/1

Vancouver Canucks -- 25/1

Philadelphia Flyers -- 28/1

Dallas Stars -- 33/1

Toronto Maple Leafs -- 33/1

Washington Capitals -- 33/1

Columbus Blue Jackets -- 40/1

New Jersey Devils -- 40/1

Edmonton Oilers -- 50/1

Ottawa Senators -- 50/1

Phoenix Coyotes -- 50/1

Winnipeg Jets -- 50/1

Calgary Flames -- 66/1

Carolina Hurricanes -- 66/1

Nashville Predators -- 66/1

New York Islanders -- 66/1

Florida Panthers -- 75/1

Buffalo Sabres -- 100/1

Source: Bovada.com