2011–12 Czech 1. Liga season

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The 2011–12 Czech 1.liga season was the 19th season of the Czech 1.liga, the second level of ice hockey in the Czech Republic. 14 teams participated in the league, and Piráti Chomutov won the championship.

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Regular season

Pl.TeamGPWOTWOTLLGoalsPts
1. HC Slovan Ústečtí Lvi 5237537225:105124
2. Piráti Chomutov 52326410202:116112
3. HC Olomouc 52274615163:12295
4. HC Dukla Jihlava 52281419153:12790
5. HC VCES Hradec Králové 52216223166:14777
6. HC Benátky nad Jizerou 52196720130:15376
7. HC Rebel Havlíčkův Brod 52213424149:16073
8. SK Horácká Slavia Třebíč 521581019132:14571
9. HC Stadion Litoměřice 52194524133:16370
10. SK Kadaň 52201823141:14970
11. IHC Písek 52186424114:14670
12. Salith Šumperk 52177424165:18769
13. HC Berounští Medvědi 52146329127:16957
14. HC Most 5294336113:22438

Playoffs

 
Quarter-finalsSemi-finalsFinal
 
          
 
 
 
 
HC Slovan Ústečtí Lvi 4
 
 
 
SK Horácká Slavia Třebíč 0
 
HC Slovan Ústečtí Lvi4
 
 
 
HC Dukla Jihlava1
 
HC Dukla Jihlava 4
 
 
 
HC VCES Hradec Králové 3
 
HC Slovan Ústečtí Lvi 3
 
 
 
Piráti Chomutov4
 
Piráti Chomutov 4
 
 
 
HC Rebel Havlíčkův Brod 1
 
Piráti Chomutov4
 
 
 
HC Olomouc3
 
HC Olomouc 4
 
 
HC Benátky nad Jizerou 3
 

Qualification round

Pl.TeamGPWOTWOTLLGoalsPts
1. IHC KOMTERM Písek 62236627145:17887
2. HC Stadion Litoměřice 62236528166:19786
3. Salith Šumperk 62227528206:21985
4. SK Kadaň 62241928168:18083
5. HC Berounští Medvědi 62187433166:20372
6. HC Most 62126341145:26451

Relegation

Pl.TeamGPWOTWOTLLGoalsPts
1. HC Berounští Medvědi 8600228:2018
2. HC Most 8500331:1915
3. HC AZ Havířov 2010 8410331:2114
4. SHK Hodonín 8210532:408
5. HC Klášterec nad Ohří 8102520:425

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