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|2012–13 Czech Extraliga|
|Duration||September 2012 – February 2013|
|Number of teams||14|
|TV partner(s)||Česká televize|
|Presidential Cup||PSG Zlín|
|Top scorer||Martin Růžička (HC Oceláři Třinec)|
|Champions||HC Škoda Plzeň (1st title)|
The 2012–13 Czech Extraliga season is the 20th season of the Czech Extraliga since its creation after the breakup of Czechoslovakia and the Czechoslovak First Ice Hockey League in 1993.
|2||HC Slavia Praha||52||23||11||3||15||138||111||94|
|3||HC Škoda Plzeň||52||21||9||8||14||160||131||89|
|4||HC Oceláři Třinec||52||24||5||4||19||196||159||86|
|5||HC Sparta Praha||52||24||5||4||19||171||149||86|
|6||HC VERVA Litvínov||52||20||9||5||18||162||148||83|
|8||HC Mountfield České Budějovice||52||19||8||3||22||135||149||76|
|9||HC Vítkovice Steel||52||22||2||5||23||141||151||75|
|10||HC ČSOB Pojišťovna Pardubice||52||21||2||6||23||155||161||73|
|11||HC Kometa Brno||52||17||6||9||20||149||158||72|
|12||HC Energie Karlovy Vary||52||19||2||6||25||133||148||67|
|13||HC Bílí Tygři Liberec||52||15||3||12||22||137||178||63|
Updated as of the end of the regular season.
GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; +/– = Plus/Minus; PIM = Penalty Minutes
|HC Oceláři Třinec||52||40||43||83||–10||18|
|HC VERVA Litvínov||52||22||36||58||+14||62|
|HC Energie Karlovy Vary||51||22||35||57||+8||50|
|HC Škoda Plzeň||44||27||28||55||+27||28|
|HC VERVA Litvínov||50||26||28||54||+13||36|
|HC Škoda Plzeň||47||15||39||54||+26||18|
|HC Bílí Tygři Liberec||48||20||33||53||–14||151|
|HC Škoda Plzeň||45||17||35||52||+17||12|
|HC Škoda Plzeň||52||17||34||51||+10||66|
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.
March 1–March 7
|1||HC Kometa Brno||58||18||8||10||22||164||175||80|
|2||HC Energie Karlovy Vary||58||22||2||7||27||151||167||77|
|3||HC Bílí Tygři Liberec||58||18||4||12||24||154||189||74|
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