1990–91 Czechoslovak Extraliga season

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The 1990–91 Czechoslovak Extraliga season was the 48th season of the Czechoslovak Extraliga, the top level of ice hockey in Czechoslovakia. 14 teams participated in the league, and Dukla Jihlava won the championship.

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Regular season

Pl.TeamGPWTLGF-GAPts
1. Dukla Jihlava 52291013187:12268
2. Dukla Trenčín 5232416244:18768
3. CHZ Litvínov 5230517222:17765
4. VSŽ Košice 5227520196:16759
5. TJ Škoda Plzeň 5226620167:15058
6. Sparta ČKD Praha 52221020161:14854
7. AC ZPS Zlín 5222921204:19753
8. Slovan CHZJD Bratislava 5222921164:18753
9. Tesla Pardubice 5221922213:21151
10. TJ Vítkovice 5221724181:18749
11. DS Olomouc 5219528146:19143
12. Poldi SONP Kladno 5218529150:17141
13. AC Nitra 5216729154:22439
14. Motor České Budějovice 529934145:22427

Playoffs

Semifinal

Final

3rd place

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