1993–94 Czech Extraliga season

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1993–94 Czech Extraliga
League Czech Extraliga
Sport Ice hockey
DurationSeptember 1993 April 1994
TV partner(s) Česká televize
Regular season
Presidential Cup HC Poldi SONP Kladno
Playoffs
Finals
Champions HC Olomouc
  Runners-up HC Pardubice
Czech Extraliga seasons

The 1993–94 Czech Extraliga season was the first season of the Czech Extraliga since its creation after the breakup of Czechoslovakia and the Czechoslovak First Ice Hockey League in 1993.

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Standings

Place.TeamGPWTLGoalsPts
1. HC Poldi SONP Kladno 4424812182:15156
2. HC České Budějovice 4423615163:12052
3. HC Vítkovice 44191114162:13849
4. AC ZPS Zlín 4421716154:16349
5. HC Sparta Praha 4421617162:12948
6. HC Pardubice 4422418142:12848
7. HC Olomouc 4419718116:12345
8. HC Chemopetrol Litvínov 4418818161:15444
9. HC Škoda Plzeň 4415821132:14038
10. HC Dukla Jihlava 4416622131:14338
11. HC Stadion Hradec Králové 44121121133:16335
12. HC Vajgar Jindřichův Hradec 4410628107:19326

Playoffs

Quarterfinals

HC Poldi SONP Kladno (1) - (8) HC Chemopetrol Litvínov

HC České Budějovice (2) - (7) HC Olomouc

HC Vítkovice (3) - (6) HC Pardubice

AC ZPS Zlín (4) - (5) HC Sparta Praha

Semifinals

HC Poldi SONP Kladno (1) - (7) HC Olomouc

HC Sparta Praha (5) - (6) HC Pardubice

3rd place

HC Poldi SONP Kladno (1) - (5) HC Sparta Praha

Finals

HC Pardubice (6) - (7) HC Olomouc

HC Olomouc is Czech champion for the 1993–94 season.

Play-Downs

HC Škoda Plzeň (9) - (12) HC Jindřichův Hradec

HC Dukla Jihlava (10) - (11) HC Hradec Králové

Relegation

PlaceTeamGPWTLGoalsPts
1. HC Vsetín 642029:1310
2. HC Slavia Praha 631221:207
3. HC Hradec Králové 612317:214
4. HC Jindřichův Hradec 611416:293

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