2008–09 Czech 1. Liga season

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The 2008–09 Czech 1.liga season was the 16th season of the Czech 1.liga, the second level of ice hockey in the Czech Republic. 16 teams participated in the league, and HC Slovan Ustecti Lvi won the championship.

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Regular season

Club GP W OTW OTL L Goals Pts
1. HC Slovan Ústečtí Lvi 46 32 6 2 6 152:77 110
2. HC Kometa Brno 46 29 3 7 7 172:105 100
3. KLH Chomutov 46 26 8 3 9 180:104 97
4. HC Vrchlabí 46 27 5 5 9 134:106 96
5. HC Chrudim 46 22 4 6 14 144:128 80
6. HC VCES Hradec Králové 46 20 4 5 17 148:122 73
7. HC Dukla Jihlava 46 19 2 4 21 126:138 65
8. HC Olomouc 46 16 6 2 22 129:121 62
9. HC Rebel Havlíčkův Brod 46 17 3 3 23 112:127 60
10. HC Havířov 46 14 5 5 22 118:143 57
11. SK Kadaň 46 12 8 4 22 120:135 56
12. HC Benátky nad Jizerou 46 16 2 3 25 98:147 55
13. SK Horácká Slavia Třebíč 46 13 4 7 22 131:149 54
14. HC Berounští Medvědi 46 13 4 4 25 83:125 51
15. HC Most 46 12 3 5 26 111:162 47
16. HC VOKD Poruba 46 12 1 3 30 93:162 41

Pre-Playoffs

HC Chrudim ice hockey team

HC Chrudim is an ice hockey team in Chrudim, Czech Republic. They played in the Czech 1.liga, the second level of ice hockey in the Czech Republic. The club was founded in 1931.

HC Benátky nad Jizerou

HC Benátky nad Jizerou is an ice hockey team in Benátky nad Jizerou, Czech Republic. They play in the Czech 1.liga, the second level of ice hockey in the country. The club was founded in 1934.

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.

Playoffs

Quarterfinals

HC Slovan Ústečtí Lvi ice hockey team

HC Slovan Ústečtí Lvi is an ice hockey team in the Czech First League. Their home arena is Zlatopramen Arena in Ústí nad Labem. Prior to 2007, the team was known as HC Slovan Ústí nad Labem.

HC Kometa Brno ice hockey team

HC Kometa Brno is a professional ice hockey team based in Brno, Czech Republic. They play in the Czech Extraliga. Kometa is the most successful ice hockey club in the Czech Republic with 13 Czechoslovak league championship titles. Holding three European Cup titles, Kometa ranks as the most successful Czech club in international ice hockey. The team has won the past 2 Czech championships seasons, capturing the title in both 2016-2017 and in 2017-2018.

HC Olomouc ice hockey team

HC Olomouc is an ice hockey team in the Czech Extraliga from Olomouc. They won the Extraliga championship in the 1993/1994 season. In 1997 the club sold the Extraliga license to HC Karlovy Vary, and was thus relegated to the second-level league. On 18 April 2014 they returned to the Extraliga by finishing 2nd in the relegation playoffs. 2014/2015 season started very well and by the end of year, team was on 5th place and even beaten elite team, HC Sparta Praha. But then a rapid fall came and the team fell from 5th place to 13th, thus it had to play play-outs and then relegation play-offs. They ended on 1st place, staying in league with Piráti Chomutov. HC Slavia Praha and ČEZ Motor České Budějovice were relegated.

Semifinals

Final

Qualification round

Club GP W OTW OTL L Goals Pts
1. SK Horácká Slavia Třebíč 58 19 6 8 25 178:181 77
2. HC Berounští Medvědi 58 19 4 7 27 121:150 75
3. HC Most 58 17 4 7 30 155:204 66
4. HC VOKD Poruba 58 12 4 3 38 118:21547

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