1981–82 Czechoslovak Extraliga season

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The 1981–82 Czechoslovak Extraliga season was the 39th season of the Czechoslovak Extraliga, the top level of ice hockey in Czechoslovakia. 12 teams participated in the league, and Dukla Jihlava won the championship.

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Regular season

Pl. Team GP W OTW OTL L GF-GA Pts
1. Dukla Jihlava 44 35 2 3 4179:8974
2. Poldi SONP Kladno 4427 4 5 8174:13462
3. CHZ Litvínov 4423 2 3 16205:16750
4. TJ Vítkovice 44 18 6 4 16 179:15148
5. Tesla Pardubice 4417 3 1 23183:16940
6. Motor České Budějovice 4418 2 5 19145:14540
7. Spartak ČKD Prag 4415 5 3 21129:15140
8. VSŽ Košice 4416 4 2 22150:19740
9. TJ Gottwaldov 4413 4 5 22119:13534
10. Zetor Brno 4413 4 1 26123:17434
11. TJ Škoda Plzeň 4414 3 3 24128:18134
12. Dukla Trenčín 4415 1 5 23133:15432

1. Liga-Qualification

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