1986–87 Czechoslovak Extraliga season

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The 1986–87 Czechoslovak Extraliga season was the 44th season of the Czechoslovak Extraliga, the top level of ice hockey in Czechoslovakia. 12 teams participated in the league, and Tesla Pardubice won the championship.

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Regular season

Pl.TeamGPWTLGF-GAPts
1. Tesla Pardubice 3422210142:8746
2. Sparta ČKD Prag 3417710115:9541
3. Dukla Jihlava 3417512132:9939
4. VSŽ Košice 3415712117:10737
5. Zetor Brno 341561394:10736
6. Motor České Budějovice 341391298:9035
7. Slovan CHZJD Bratislava 3417116126:14035
8. TJ Gottwaldov 3414515114:10733
9. CHZ Litvínov 3412517129:13529
10. TJ Škoda Plzeň 3411617109:12928
11. Dukla Trenčín 348101691:12426
12. TJ Vítovice 349520104:15223

Playoffs

Quarterfinal
Semifinal
Final
Placing round – 5th–8th place
7th place
5th place
3rd place

Relegation round

Pl.TeamGPBonusGF-GAPts
9. CHZ Litvínov 12357:5616
10. Dukla Trenčín 12142:3714
11. TJ Škoda Plzeň 12250:5313
12. TJ Vítovice 12049:5211

1. Liga-Qualification

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