1998–99 Czech 1. Liga season

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The 1998–99 Czech 1.liga season was the sixth season of the Czech 1.liga, the second level of ice hockey in the Czech Republic. 14 teams participated in the league, and HC Znojemsti Orli won the championship.

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Regular season

ClubGPWTLGoalsPts
1. HC Znojemští Orli 523769245:11780
2. SK Horácká Slavia Třebíč 5227178152:9971
3. HC Rosice 52261412189:14566
4. HC Berounští Medvědi 52261115203:13763
5. KLH Chomutov 5227817195:16162
6. HC Olomouc 5221922149:15951
7. HC Kralupy nad Vltavou 52181420137:15250
8. TJ Slovan Jindřichův Hradec 52171421165:17648
9. SK Kadaň 52171124134:16445
10. IHC Písek 52151423146:16344
11. HC Liberec 5219528152:18243
12. HC Havířov 5218727145:17843
13. HC Kometa Brno 52131128136:20837
14. HC Rebel Havlíčkův Brod 528935119:22625

Relegation

ClubGPWTLGFGAPts
1. HC Šumperk 641128209
2. HC Kometa Brno 640226178
3. HC Slovan Ústí nad Labem 621314215
4. HC Rebel Havlíčkův Brod 602413232

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