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2009–10 Slovak Extraliga
League Slovak Extraliga
Sport Ice hockey
Duration September 11, 2009 – April 2010
Regular season
Season champions Slovan Bratislava
Top scorer Ľubomír Vaic (Slovan Bratislava)
Relegated to 1. Liga 32 Liptovský Mikuláš,
Spišská Nová Ves
Playoffs
Finals
[[|Finals]] champions Košice
  Runners-up Slovan Bratislava

The 2009–10 Slovak Extraliga season is the 17th season of the Slovak Extraliga since its creation after the breakup of Czechoslovakia and the Czechoslovak First Ice Hockey League in 1993. In the regular season, Slovan Bratislava finished atop the league, 21 points ahead of its closest competitor, Ľubomír Vaic led the league in points and assists, and Ján Pardavý led the league in goals.

Regular season Edit

The regular season began on September 11 and concluded on March 9.[1]

Team GP W OTW OTL L GF GA +/− P
Slovan Bratislava (Q) 47 35 5 2 5 199 101 +98 117
05 Banská Bystrica (Q) 47 24 10 4 9 179 133 +46 96
Košice (Q) 47 24 3 3 17 179 126 +53 81
MHC Martin (Q) 47 22 4 5 16 139 131 +8 79
36 Skalica (Q) 47 23 3 4 17 153 137 +16 79
Poprad (Q) 47 24 0 5 18 155 132 +23 77
Nitra (Q) 47 21 5 3 18 127 130 −3 76
HKm Zvolen (Q) 47 20 3 5 19 132 126 +6 71
Dukla Trenčín 47 17 3 4 23 159 167 −8 61
Žilina (RP)(O) 47 12 8 4 23 126 158 −32 56
Spišská Nová Ves (R) 47 13 2 5 27 125 168 −43 48
32 Liptovský Mikuláš (R) 47 12 2 5 28 129 185 −56 45
Slovakia U20 36 4 1 0 31 70 178 −108 14

Key

(C) = Playoff champions; (Q) = Qualified to playoffs; (RP) = Relegation playoff; (O) = Relegation playoff winner; (R) = Relegated.

Playoffs Edit

References Edit

External links Edit


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