|HC Slavia Praha|
|2014–15 Czech Extraliga season|
|City||Prague, Czech Republic|
|League|| Czech 1. Liga |
|Home arena||Zimní stadion Eden|
|General manager||Jiří Veber|
|Head coach||Miloš Říha Jr.|
|1900–1948||SK Slavia Praha|
|1948–1949||Sokol Slavia Praha|
|1949–1953||Dynamo Slavia Praha|
|1977–1993||Slavia IPS Praha|
|1993–present||HC Slavia Praha|
HC Slavia Praha (eng: HC Slavia Prague) is a Czech ice hockey team located in Prague playing the Czech 1st National Hockey League, the second-highest league in the country. Slavia played in the Extraliga from 1994 until 2015, winning the national championship in 2003 and 2008. The club plays its home games at Zimní stadion Eden in Prague. From 2004 until 2015, it played at O2 Arena.
The team played in the 2008–09 season of the Champions Hockey League.
The team was relegated to the 1. Liga in the 2014–15 Czech Extraliga season.
|Season||Reg. Season||Points||Final Position||Captain||Head Coach|
|1994–95||7th||43||7th||Vladimír Růžička||Pavel Richter – Richard Farda|
|1995–96||6th||41||6th||Vladimír Růžička||Richard Farda|
|1996–97||8th||52||8th||Vladimír Růžička||Marek Sýkora – Jaromír Šindel – Richard Farda|
|1997–98||6th||56||6th||Vladimír Růžička||Richard Farda|
|1998–99||10th||45||10th||Vladimír Růžička||Richard Farda|
|1999–2000||10th||41||10th||Vladimír Růžička||Vladimír Caldr – Josef Beránek Sr.|
|2000–01||7th||79||4th||Jan Alinč||Jaromír Šindel – Vladimír Růžička|
|2002–03||2nd||96||Champions||Josef Beránek||Vladimír Růžička|
|2003–04||5th||85||2nd||Josef Beránek||Vladimír Růžička|
|2004–05||4th||97||6th||Josef Beránek||Vladimír Růžička|
|2005–06||2nd||101||2nd||Josef Beránek||Vladimír Růžička|
|2006–07||6th||81||6th||Josef Beránek||Vladimír Růžička|
|2007–08||2nd||98||Champions||Josef Beránek||Vladimír Růžička|
|2008–09||1st||93||2nd||Josef Beránek||Vladimír Růžička|
|2009–10||7th||74||3rd||Josef Beránek||Vladimír Růžička|
|2010–11||7th||84||4th||Petr Kadlec||Vladimír Růžička|
|2011–12||12th||66||12th||Petr Kadlec||Vladimír Růžička|
|2012–13||2nd||94||3rd||Petr Kadlec||Vladimír Růžička|
|2013–14||10th||72||10th||Petr Kadlec||Vladimír Růžička|
|2014–15||14th||54||15th||Jaroslav Bednář||Ladislav Lubina - Petr Novák - Dušan Gregor - Josef Beránek|
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