The Slovak Extraliga 2003-04 was the eleventh regular season of the Slovak Extraliga, the top level of professional ice hockey in Slovakia.

Regular seasonEdit

Final standingsEdit

1.HC Dukla Trenčín 5438151917287121
2.HKm Zvolen 543047112189123105
3.HC Slovan Bratislava 542929113178116100
4.HC Košice 54240831914912480
5.ŠKP Žilina 541801412111712468
6.HK 36 Skalica 54182912413814367
7.MHk 32 Liptovský Mikuláš 541811012411913666
8.HK Poprad 54151703111017354
9.MHK Nitra 54151513211719752
10.MHC Martin 54111833111918543
Progressed to the Play off
Relegated to the First League

Key - GP: Games played, W: Wins, OTW: Over time wins, T: Ties, OTL: Over time losses, L: Losses, GF: Goals for, GA: Goals against, PTS: Points.


Playoff treeEdit

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
  1.  Dukla Trenčín 4  
8.  HK Poprad 0  
  1.  Dukla Trenčín 4  
  4.  HC Košice 0  
4.  HC Košice 4
  5.  ŠKP Žilina 0  
    1.  Dukla Trenčín 4
  2.  HKm Zvolen 2
  2.  HKm Zvolen 4  
7.  MHk 32 Lipt. Mikuláš 0  
2.  HKm Zvolen 4
  3.  HC Slovan 3  
3.  HC Slovan 4
  6.  HK 36 Skalica 1  

Scoring LeadersEdit

Regular season

# Player Club GP G A PTS
1. Flag of Slovakia Martin Bartek Zvolen 38 36 74
2. Flag of Slovakia Zdeno Cíger Slovan 22 38 60
3. Flag of Slovakia Richard Hartmann Skalica 16 35 51
4. Flag of Slovakia René Jarolín Skalica 28 20 48
Flag of Slovakia Richard Šechný Zvolen 13 35 48

Key - GP: Games played, G: Goals, A: Assists, PTS: Points.


# Player Club GP G A PTS
1. Flag of Slovakia Martin Bartek Zvolen 8 16 24
2. Flag of Slovakia Peter Fabuš Trenčín 8 6 14
Flag of Slovakia Martin Hujsa Slovan 5 9 14
4. Flag of Slovakia Martin Opatovský Trenčín 6 7 13
5. Flag of Slovakia Roman Kukumberg Trenčín 4 8 12

2003-04 All Star TeamEdit

Player Post Club
Flag of Slovakia Karol Križan G Zvolen
Flag of Slovakia Andrej Meszároš D Trenčín
Flag of the Czech Republic Petr Pavlas D Slovan
Flag of Slovakia Martin Bartek LW Zvolen
Flag of Slovakia Roman Kukumberg C Trenčín
Flag of Slovakia Peter Fabuš RW Trenčín
Coach Club
Flag of Slovakia Dušan Gregor Trenčín

External linksEdit

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