The Washington Capitals won the Stanley Cup Final on Thursday night, ending a Cinderella inaugural season for the Vegas Golden Knights. And while Vegas sportsbooks won’t have to pay out millions of dollars in preseason Golden Knights futures tickets that bettors took at odds as high as 500-1, the potential loss was mitigated over the past several months. “This was our biggest liability on an event that had a realistic chance of winning since William Hill US was formed [in 2012],” William Hill director of trading Nick Bogdanovich told ESPN. “The estimates I heard around town of $5 or $6

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