1993–94 Czech 1. Liga season

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1993–94 Czech 1. Liga
League Czech 1. Liga
Sport Ice hockey
DurationSeptember 1993 April 1994
Number of teams14
Regular season
Season champions HC Zbrojovka Vsetín
Top scorerRadim Raděvič (HC Zbrojovka Vsetín)
Playoffs
Finals
Champions HC Zbrojovka Vsetín and HC Slavia Praha.
  Runners-up HC Kometa Brno and HC Slovan Ústí nad Labem.
Czech 1. Liga seasons

The 1993–94 Czech 1.liga season was the first season of the Czech 1.liga, the second level of ice hockey in the Czech Republic. Fourteen teams participated in the league, and HC Zbrojovka Vsetín and HC Slavia Praha were promoted to the Czech Extraliga.

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Regular season

ClubGPWTLGoalsPts
1. HC Zbrojovka Vsetín 403343188:6170
2. HC Slavia Praha 402479176:10755
3. HC Královopolská Brno 4023710182:12953
4. HC Slezan Opava 4024511139:11753
5. HC Slovan Ústí nad Labem 4018913121:10545
6. TŽ Třinec 4016519132:13437
7. AZ Havířov 4014818138:13136
8. HC Prostějov 4013918113:14535
9. BK Havlíčkův Brod 4013720128:17233
10. HC Baník Sokolov 4013522117:15931
11. H + S Beroun HC 401192097:14031
12. HC Baník Hodonín 4012622113:13330
13. HC Přerov 401232595:16427
14. VTJ Tábor 4061222107:14924

Playoffs

Playoff qualification

Quarterfinals

Semifinals

HC Slavia Praha and HC Zbrojovka Vsetín advance to the Czech Extraliga qualification.

1993-94 Czech Extraliga qualification

ClubGPWTLGoalsPts
1. HC Zbrojovka Vsetín 642029:1310
2. HC Slavia Praha 631221:217
3. HC Stadion Hradec Králové 612317:214
4. HC Vajgar Jindřichův Hradec 611417:213

HC Slavia Praha and HC Zbrojovka Vsetín have been promoted to the Czech Extraliga. HC Stadion Hradec Králové and HC Vajgar Jindřichův Hradec have been relegated.

Qualification for relegation

HC Přerov has been relegated to the Czech 2. liga.

Relegation

1st round

VTJ Jitex Písek has been promoted, Milevsko advances to the second round.

2nd round

VTJ Tábor has qualified for the 1994-95 Czech 1.Liga season.

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