1970–71 Czechoslovak Extraliga season

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The 1970–71 Czechoslovak Extraliga season was the 28th season of the Czechoslovak Extraliga, the top level of ice hockey in Czechoslovakia. 10 teams participated in the league, and Dukla Jihlava won the championship.

Czechoslovakia 1918–1992 country in Central Europe, predecessor of the Czech Republic and Slovakia

Czechoslovakia, or Czecho-Slovakia, was a sovereign state in Central Europe that existed from October 1918, when it declared its independence from the Austro-Hungarian Empire, until its peaceful dissolution into the Czech Republic and Slovakia on 1 January 1993.

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Regular season

Pl. Team GP W T L GF-GA Pts
1. ZKL Brno 362079152:10447
2. Dukla Jihlava 361989147:8746
3. TJ SONP Kladno 3620412140:9344
4. Slovan CHZJD Bratislava 3617514127:10339
5. VSŽ Košice 3613815110:13134
6. Tesla Pardubice 3614517127:13533
7. Spartak ČKD Prag 3614517126:15633
8. CHZ Litvínov 3613617109:15632
9. Motor České Budějovice 3610818126:16528
10. TJ Škoda Plzeň 3610422120:15424

Playoffs

Semifinals

3rd place

Final

1. Liga-Qualification

Place Team Pts
1. TJ Gottwaldov 10
2. Dukla Trenčín 8
3. VTŽ Chomutov 4
4. I. ČLTK Prag 2

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