2004–05 Czech 1. Liga season

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The 2004–05 Сzech 1.liga season was the 12th season of the Czech 1.liga, the second level of ice hockey in the Czech Republic. Fourteen teams participated in the league, and HC Ceske Budejovice won the championship.

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Regular season

ClubGPWOTWTOTLLGoalsPts
1. HC České Budějovice 52440116226:79134
2. HC Slovan Ústí nad Labem 52381328182:82121
3. HC Hradec Králové 522524516161:14688
4. BK Mladá Boleslav 522258314156:12887
5. HC Berounští Medvědi 522524219121:10185
6. KLH Chomutov 522317417184:14682
7. HC Kometa Brno 522331025141:13576
8. HC Sareza Ostrava 522123125145:15971
9. SK Kadaň 521556323130:15164
10. HC Havířov 521472227123:15160
11. HC Olomouc 521714030120:17157
12. SK Horácká Slavia Třebíč 521412629109:16952
13. HC Slezan Opava 521322530105:17750
14. IHC Písek 521033135108:19340

Playoffs

Quarterfinals

Semifinals

Finals

Relegation

ClubGPWOTWTOTLLGFGAPts
1. TJ Slovan Jindřichův Hradec 751001201117
2. HC Prostějov 851002161117
3. HC Havlíčkův Brod 740003161212
4. IHC Písek 72002313188
5. HC Slezan Opava 70000711240

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