1995–96 Czech Extraliga season

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1995–96 Czech Extraliga
League Czech Extraliga
Sport Ice hockey
DurationSeptember 1995 April 1996
TV partner(s) Česká televize
Regular season
Playoffs
Finals
Czech Extraliga seasons

The 1995–96 Czech Extraliga season was the third 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

PlaceTeamGPWTLGoalsPts
1. HC Sparta Prague 4027310152:10857
2. HC Petra Vsetín 402479149:8555
3. HC České Budějovice 4020911120:8549
4. HC Chemopetrol Litvínov 4021712155:11749
5. AC ZPS Zlín 4020614126:11146
6. HC Slavia Prag 4018517148:14041
7. HC Olomouc 4016816112:10940
8. HC Poldi Kladno 4017518127:13139
9. HC Vítkovice 40131116105:12137
10. HC Dukla Jihlava 4013918115:14235
11. HC ZKZ Plzeň 4012721103:13431
12. HC Železárny Třinec 4012622128:16230
13. HC IPB Pojišťovna Pardubice 4012424103:12828
14. HC Kometa BVV Brno 40952695:16523

Playoffs

First round

Quarterfinal

Semifinal

3rd place

Final

HC Vsetin is 1995-96 Czech champion.

Relegation

PlaceTeamGPWTLGoalsPts
9. HC Opava 681347:3817
10. HC IPB Pojišťovna Pardubice 680466:3516
11. HC Kometa Brno 652538:4612
12. HC Přerov 6111026:583

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