Sean Walker Free Agent Odds

Sean Walker Free Agent Odds
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A veteran blue-liner is about to hit the NHL’s free agency scene, as 29-year-old defenseman Sean Walker finishes out his four-year, $10.6 million deal with the Colorado Avalanche this summer ( a deal he signed with the Kings in 2020).

Walker finished the 2023-24 campaign with 29 points and a +11 rating across 81 games with the Avs, notching a point share total of 6.3 to up his career total to 16.6 through 313 NHL games.  

What seems clear right now is that Walker is set to have a new employer come 2024, with the Avs likely looking to trim their payroll and ultimately deciding to move on from the veteran’s $2.650 million paycheck from last year.  

With the NHL season over, - your top source for Colorado betting apps - wanted to see where pending free agent Walker will end up in the 2024-25 season, as he is not expected to re-sign with the Avalanche. 

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Sean Walker Free Agent Odds



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Toronto Maple Leafs 



Dallas Stars 



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Where Will Walker Go Next?

It looks like the NHL’s marquee franchise is about to add another blue line talent, as we have the Toronto Maple Leafs as our No. 1 team to land Walker this season, coming in at +550.

Overall, the Leafs beat out the Dallas Stars (+700), Minnesota Wild (+750), Detroit Red Wings and Utah Hockey Club (+800 each) for Walker’s services, while the Carolina Hurricanes are a longshot contender to swipe in and sign the veteran at +950.  

Throw in the field at +250 and you have the full rundown on the NHL teams that could land a player that’s posted a positive point differential in each of the last three seasons, including his one year sojourn to Denver in 2023-24. 

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Christopher Boan

Christopher Boan has been covering sports and sports betting for more than seven years, including stops at, the Tucson Weekly and the Green Valley News.

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