Balkan League (ice hockey)

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Balkan League (ice hockey)
Most recent season or competition:
1996–97 Alpenliga season
Sport ice hockey
Founded1994
Ceased1997
Most titles HK Partizan Belgrade, CSA Steaua Bucuresti, CS Sportul Studenţesc Bucharest (1)

The Balkan League was a multi-nation ice hockey league contested from 1994–1997 by three countries from the Balkan region of Europe, Serbia and Montenegro, Romania, and Bulgaria.

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Champions

SeasonChampion
1994–95 Flag of Serbia.svg HK Partizan Belgrade, Yugoslavia [1]
1995–96 Flag of Romania.svg CSA Steaua Bucuresti, Romania [2]
1996–97 Flag of Romania.svg CS Sportul Studenţesc Bucharest, Romania [3]

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References

  1. 1994-95 season Archived 2013-10-23 at the Wayback Machine on passionhockey.com
  2. 1995-96 season Archived 2013-09-29 at the Wayback Machine on passionhockey.com
  3. 1996-97 season Archived 2013-09-29 at the Wayback Machine on passionhockey.com