2003–04 Czech Extraliga season

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2003–04 Czech Extraliga
League Czech Extraliga
Sport Ice hockey
Duration September 2003 April 2004
TV partner(s) Česká televize
Regular season
Presidential Cup Pardubice
Playoffs
Finals
Champions Zlín (1st title)
  Runners-up Slavia Praha
Czech Extraliga seasons

The 2003–04 Czech Extraliga season was the 11th season of the Czech Extraliga since its creation after the breakup of Czechoslovakia and the Czechoslovak First Ice Hockey League in 1993.

Czech Extraliga highest-level ice hockey league in the Czech Republic

The Czech Extraliga is the highest-level ice hockey league in the Czech Republic. It was created by the 1993 split of the Czechoslovak First Ice Hockey League following the breakup of Czechoslovakia. The league features 14 teams. It is considered as the fifth best ice hockey league in the world.

The Czechoslovak First Ice Hockey League was the elite ice hockey league in Czechoslovakia from 1930 until 1993, when the country split into the Czech Republic and Slovakia. The Slovak Extraliga and Czech Extraliga formed from the split.

Contents

Standings

Place Team GP W OTW T L OTL Goals Pts
1. HC Moeller Pardubice 52320785 176:107108
2. HC Hamé Zlín 522733163 153:11993
3. HC Sparta Prag 522715172 150:11690
4. HC Znojemští Orli 522355172 148:13886
5. HC Slavia Prag 522345173 152:12785
6. HC Vítkovice Steel 522237173 154:13482
7. HC Oceláři Třinec 522313241 152:15775
8. HC Lasselsberger Plzeň 521837231 138:14068
9. HC Rabat Kladno 521843243 111:15168
10. HC Chemopetrol Litvínov 5216210222 129:15464
11. Bílí Tygři Liberec 521529215 123:14663
12. HC Energie Karlovy Vary 521628242 114:14362
13. Vsetínská hokejová 521546261 113:12660
14. HC České Budějovice 521314322 105:16047

Playoffs

Quarterfinal

HC Oceláři Třinec ice hockey team

HC Oceláři Třinec is an ice hockey team from Teschen Silesia who play in the Czech Extraliga, the top tier of Czech ice hockey. Their home arena is Werk Arena in Třinec. The team's main sponsors are the local Třinec Iron and Steel Works.

HC Slavia Praha ice hockey team

HC Slavia Praha is a Czech ice hockey team located in Prague playing the Czech 1st National Hockey League, the second-highest league in the country. Slavia played in the Extraliga from 1994 until 2015, winning the national championship in 2003 and 2008. The club plays its home games at Zimní stadion Eden in Prague. From 2004 until 2015, it played at O2 Arena.

HC Sparta Praha ice hockey team

Hockey Club Sparta Praha, commonly known as Sparta Prague, is a Prague based Czech ice hockey team playing in the Czech Extraliga. The club has won four Czech championships (most recently in 2007) and four Czechoslovak championships, as well as two Spengler Cups, making it one of the most successful hockey clubs in Czech history. The team plays its home games at O2 Arena.

Semifinal

Final

HC Hamé Zlín wins the Czech Extraliga.

Relegation

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.

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