2010–11 Czech Extraliga season

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2010–11 Czech Extraliga
League Czech Extraliga
Sport Ice hockey
Duration September 2010 February 2011
Number of teams 14
TV partner(s) Česká televize
Regular season
Presidential Cup HC Oceláři Třinec
Top scorer Tomáš Vlasák (HC Plzeň 1929)
Playoffs
Finals
Champions HC Oceláři Třinec
  Runners-up Vítkovice
Czech Extraliga seasons

The 2010–11 Czech Extraliga season was the 18th season of the Czech Extraliga since its creation after the breakup of Czechoslovakia and the Czechoslovak First Ice Hockey League in 1993. In the regular season, HC Oceláři Třinec finished atop the league.

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.

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.

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Standings

Place Team GP W OTW OTL L GF GA Pts
1 HC Oceláři Třinec 52 26 5 8 13 178 136 96
2 HC Bílí Tygři Liberec 52 26 5 6 15 159 139 94
3 HC Vítkovice Steel 52 26 6 2 18 162 137 92
4 PSG Zlín 52 22 7 8 15 158 134 88
5 HC Eaton Pardubice 52 24 3 10 15 146 125 88
6 HC Mountfield České Budějovice 52 23 6 4 19 158 131 85
7 HC Slavia Prague 52 21 9 3 19 140 131 84
8 HC BENZINA Litvínov 52 23 2 4 23 133 162 77
9 HC Plzeň 1929 *52 27 6 3 16153 145 77
10 HC Energie Karlovy Vary 52 15 7 12 18 152 154 71
11 HC Kometa Brno 52 19 5 1 27 130 146 68
12 HC Sparta Prague 52 14 6 3 29 115 142 57
13 HC Vagnerplast Kladno 52 10 3 5 34 105 172 35
14 BK Mladá Boleslav 52 14 4 5 29 123 158 33

Playoffs

Quarter-finalsSemi-finalsFinal
    
  HC Oceláři Třinec  4
  HC BENZINA Litvínov  2 
  HC Oceláři Třinec  4
    HC Slavia Praha  3 
  HC Bílí Tygři Liberec  3
  HC Slavia Praha  4 
  HC Oceláři Třinec  4
  
   HC Vítkovice Steel  1
  PSG Zlín  0
  HC Eaton Pardubice  4 
  HC Eaton Pardubice  1
    HC Vítkovice Steel  4 
  HC Vítkovice Steel  4
  HC České Budějovice  2 
 

Relegation

Place Team GP W OTW OTL L GF GA Pts
1 HC Kometa Brno 64 26 5 1 32 163 18089
2 HC Sparta Prague 64 17 7 3 37 139 17769
3 HC Vagnerplast Kladno 64 18 3 6 37 152 20059
4 BK Mladá Boleslav 64 19 4 5 36 152 19448

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