2011–12 Czech Extraliga season

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2011–12 Czech Extraliga
League Czech Extraliga
Sport Ice hockey
DurationSeptember 2011 February 2012
Number of teams14
TV partner(s) Česká televize
Regular season
Presidential Cup HC Sparta Praha
Top scorer Petr Kumstát (Karlovy Vary)
Playoffs
Finals
Champions HC ČSOB Pojišťovna Pardubice
  Runners-up HC Kometa Brno
Czech Extraliga seasons

The 2011–12 Czech Extraliga season was the 19th season of the Czech Extraliga since its creation after the breakup of Czechoslovakia and the Czechoslovak First Ice Hockey League in 1993.

Contents

Standings

As of 26 February 2012 [1]
PlaceTeamGPWOTWOTLLGFGAPts
1 HC Sparta Praha 52278107163109107
2 HC Plzeň 1929 5226771218114699
3 HC ČSOB Pojišťovna Pardubice 5223571717513686
4 HC Bílí Tygři Liberec 52191151714514084
5 HC Mountfield České Budějovice 5223542012912783
6 HC Vítkovice Steel 5220732214315077
7 PSG Zlín 52186101810712576
8 HC Kometa Brno 5219662114213775
9 Rytíři Kladno 5218572112914074
10 HC Oceláři Třinec 5219482114614373
11 HC Energie Karlovy Vary 5217562413715467
12 HC Slavia Praha 5215772314015866
13 HC VERVA Litvínov 5214942513817164
14 BK Mladá Boleslav 5216452712015961

Playoffs

Bracket

The playoff bracket is not a fixed bracket. Like the intraconference bracket in the NHL, the matchups are adjusted in each successive round in order to place the top-ranked team against the bottom-ranked team.

 First round
February 29March 6
Quarterfinals
March 821
Semifinals
March 24April 3
Finals
April 921
                   
 1 Sparta 2 
 8 Brno 4 
8 Brno 3 
9 Kladno 0
 2 Plzeň 1 
 8 Brno 4 
3 Pardubice 4
6 Vítkovice 3 
 3 Pardubice 4
 8 Brno 2
4 Liberec 4 
5 České Budějovice 1 
 3 Pardubice 4
 4 Liberec 2 
7 Zlín 3 
10 Třinec 2 
 2 Plzeň 4
7 Zlín 3 

Relegation

PlaceTeamGPWOTWOTLLGFGAPts
1 HC Energie Karlovy Vary 6423572917919386
2 HC Slavia Praha 6421782817018585
3 HC VERVA Litvínov 64191143017020683
4 BK Mladá Boleslav 6420563315419676

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