2009–10 Czech 1. Liga season

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The 2009–10 Czech 1.liga season was the 17th season of the Czech 1.liga, the second level of ice hockey in the Czech Republic. 16 teams participated in the league, and KLH Chomutov won the championship.

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Regular season

Club GP W OTW OTL L Goals Pts
1. HC Slovan Ústečtí Lvi 46 34 6 3 3 190:96 117
2. KLH Chomutov 46 29 4 5 8 176:108 100
3. HC Olomouc 46 22 6 3 15 141:113 81
4. HC VCES Hradec Králové 46 20 6 6 14 142:121 78
5. SK Horácká Slavia Třebíč 46 21 2 4 19 129:137 71
6. HC Dukla Jihlava 46 19 4 4 19 130:124 69
7. Orli Znojmo 46 19 3 5 19 135:132 68
8. SK Kadaň 46 18 5 2 21 127:121 66
9. HC Tábor 46 18 4 3 21 118:134 65
10. HC Benátky nad Jizerou 46 16 6 4 20 123:128 64
11. HC Rebel Havlíčkův Brod 46 15 7 4 20 129:140 63
12. HC Vrchlabí 46 15 6 5 20 124:130 62
13. HC Chrudim 46 15 3 8 20 125:147 59
14. HC Berounští Medvědi 46 14 3 11 18 102:133 59
15. Hokej Šumperk 2003 46 12 6 2 26 134:172 50
16. HC Havířov 46 8 2 4 32 84:173 32

Pre-Playoffs

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 Vrchlabí ice hockey team

HC Vrchlabi is an ice hockey team in Vrchlabí, Czech Republic. They play in the Czech 2.liga, the second level of ice hockey in the country. The club was founded in 1948. They were promoted to the 1.liga in 2007, by virtue of winning the Czech 2.liga. The organization was forced to fold due to financial problems in 2011. The club was almost immediately restarted, and has been playing in the Czech 2.liga since.

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

Orli Znojmo

Orli Znojmo is a Czech-based ice hockey team that currently plays in the Austrian Hockey League. The club is based in Znojmo and their home arena is Nevoga arena.

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 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.

Semifinal

Final

Qualification round

Club GP W OTW OTL L Goals Pts
1. HC Chrudim 50183821141:15568
2. HC Berounští Medvědi 501631219108:14066
3. Hokej Šumperk 2003 50127229144:18952

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