VHK Vsetín

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VHK Vsetín
HC Vsetin znak.gif
City Vsetín, Czech Republic
League Czech 1. liga
Founded1905 (1905)
Home arena Zimní stadion Na Lapači
ColoursGreen and yellow   
Head coach Jan Srdínko
Website www.HC-Vsetin.cz
Players of VHK Vsetin warming up before the 2nd Czech Republic Hockey League's 3rd play-off game with HC ZUBR Prerov in Prerov. Prerov 7973.jpg
Players of VHK Vsetín warming up before the 2nd Czech Republic Hockey League's 3rd play-off game with HC ZUBR Přerov in Přerov.

Valašský hokejový klub Vsetín, also known as Hockey Club Vsetín, is an ice hockey team in the Czech 1. liga (second-level league). The team is the most successful team in Czech Republic ice hockey history, winning five straight Extraliga championships between 1995 and 1999, and another in 2001 for six titles in seven years. Their home arena is Zimní stadion Na Lapači in Vsetín. In the 2005–06 and 2006-07 seasons, they finished at the bottom of the league and did not participate in any competition in the 2007-08 season due to financial problems. [1] Hockey returned to Vsetín a year later, when a new team was founded. The team has been playing in the Czech 1. liga since the 2017-18 season after being promoted from the Czech 2. liga (third-level league) in 2016-17.

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Honors

Champions

1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001

Runners-Up

2000

Club names

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References

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