2003–04 Czech 1. Liga season

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The 2003–04 Czech 1.liga season was the 11th season of the Czech 1.liga, the second level of ice hockey in the Czech Republic. 14 teams participated in the league, and HC Dukla Jihlava won the championship.

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Regular season

Club GP W OTW T OTL L Goals Pts
1. HC Berounští Medvědi 40 244219 114:76 83
2. KLH Chomutov 40 2513110 153:98 81
3. HC Dukla Jihlava 40 2243110 129:99 78
4. HC Slovan Ústí nad Labem 40 2321113 131:93 75
5. HC Olomouc 40 1754113 110:98 66
6. HC Hradec Králové 40 1822216 134:112 62
7. SK Horácká Slavia Třebíč 40 1615315 114:110 58
8. BK Mladá Boleslav 40 1524415 103:102 57
9. SK Kadaň 40 1426315 112:109 55
10. HC Havířov 40 1215319 107:133 46
11. HC Prostějov 40 1212322 95:126 43
12. IHC Písek 40 1024222 94:127 40
13. HC Slezan Opava 40 737518 92:134 39
14. HC Kometa Brno 40 1002028 84:155 32

Playoffs

Quarterfinals

BK Mladá Boleslav ice hockey team

BK Mladá Boleslav is a Czech ice hockey team, which plays in the Czech Extraliga, the country's highest level. They were promoted into the league on 18 April 2014 after a two-year absence. They play their home games at Ško-Energo Aréna.

SK Horácká Slavia Třebíč ice hockey team

SK Horácká Slavia Třebíč is an ice hockey team in Třebíč, Czech Republic. They play in the Czech 1.liga, the second level of ice hockey in the country. The club was created in 1928. Some notable NHL players were born in Třebíč and started their hockey career in this club: Patrik Eliáš, Martin Erat and Vladimír Sobotka

HC Dukla Jihlava ice hockey team

HC Dukla Jihlava, founded in 1956, is an ice hockey team in the Czech Republic. It won the Czechoslovak Extraliga title 12 times: six consecutive championships beginning in 1967, then in 1974, four consecutive championships beginning in 1982, and again in 1991. As of 2017, HC Dukla Jihlava plays in the Czech Extraliga after being promoted from the Czech 1. liga in 2016-17.

Semifinals

Final

Qualification

Club GP W OTW T OTL L GF GA Pts
1. HC Slezan Opava 46 113851911114352
2. IHC Písek 46142422411114152
3. HC Prostějov 46 141332510714050
4. HC Kometa Brno 46 11020339317535

Relegation

Club GP W OTW T OTL L GF GA Pts
1. HC Kometa Brno 7 5001 1 231616
2. HC Sareza Ostrava 74110 1 231415
3. TJ Slovan Jindřichův Hradec 7 3010 3 131610
4. HC Baník Most 8 20303 17189
5. HC Prostějov 7 0010 6 13251

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