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2011–12 MOL Season
League MOL Liga
Sport Ice hockey
Duration 6 September 2011 – 20 February 2012
Season champions HSC Csíkszereda
League champions Dunaújvárosi Acélbikák

The 2011–12 MOL Liga season is the fourth edition of the international ice hockey championship for teams from Hungary and Romania. Following the withdrawal of Vasas HC, the field is composed of eight clubs this season, including five Hungarian and three Romanian. The regular season ran from 6 September 2011 to 20 January 2012.

After the conclusion of the regular season the six best ranked teams won the right to participate in the playoffs. Top two clubs had bye in the first round of the playoffs, while the remaining four teams were drawn together according to their final position in the regular season (3–6, 4–5). The winners of the match-ups advanced to the semifinals, where they met Dunaújvárosi Acélbikák and HSC Csíkszereda, respectively.

Eventually, Miskolci JJSE beat HSC Csíkszereda and thus secured their spot in the finals, where they faced Dunaújváros, which won their duel in straight matches against Corona Fenestela Braşov.

Dunaújváros enjoyed the home court advantage in the best-of-seven series final, where they swept away Miskolc with 4–0 and took the 2011–12 MOL Liga title, the first ever of its kind in the history of the club.[1]

TeamsEdit

Team City/Area Arena Capacity Founded
Dunaújvárosi Acélbikák Flag of Hungary Dunaújváros Dunaújvárosi Jégcsarnok 4,000 2006
Ferencvárosi TC Flag of Hungary Budapest Pesterzsébeti Jégcsarnok 1,500 1928
Miskolci JJSE Flag of Hungary Miskolc Miskolci Jégcsarnok 1,300 1978
SAPA AV19 Székesfehérvár II Flag of Hungary Székesfehérvár Ifjabb Ocskay Gábor Ice Hall 3,600 1960
Újpesti TE Flag of Hungary Budapest Újpesti Jégcsarnok 1,300 1955
HSC Csíkszereda Flag of Romania Miercurea Ciuc Vákár Lajos Ice Hall 2,000 1929
Corona Fenestela Braşov Flag of Romania Braşov Braşov Olympic Ice Hall 2,000 2007
Steaua Rangers Flag of Romania Bucharest Patinoarul Mihai Flamaropol 8,000 1951

Regular seasonEdit

StandingsEdit

Club GP W OTW SOW SOL OTL L GF GA GD Pts
HSC Csíkszereda 3524 1 1 4 0 4 169 76 +9383
Dunaújvárosi Acélbikák 35 24 2 3 1 0 5 154 72 +8283
Corona Fenestela Braşov 35 18 0 1 0 3 13 147 116 +31 59
Miskolci JJSE 35 16 1 1 2 0 15 131 102 +2954
Ferencvárosi TC 35 14 2 0 0 1 18 119 137 –1847
Steaua Rangers 35 13 1 1 2 2 16 124 160 –3647
SAPA AV19 Székesfehérvár II 35 10 0 3 0 1 21 118 167 –4937
Újpesti TE 35 3 0 0 1 0 31 82 214 –13210

Individual statisticsEdit

Scoring leaders Edit

The following players led the league in points at the end of the regular season.[2]

GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; +/– = Plus/Minus; PIM = Penalty Minutes

Player Team GP G A Pts +/– PIM
Vaclav Novak HSC Csíkszereda 35 28 32 60 +50 16
Martin Saluga Miskolci JJSE 35 21 31 52 +13 50
Szabolcs Fodor Miskolci JJSE 35 20 29 49 +11 64
Ioan Timaru Steaua Rangers 35 20 28 48 +8 30
Vladimir Dubek Miskolci JJSE 35 18 30 48 +12 12
Attila Borsos Corona Fenestela Braşov 34 21 26 47 +12 10
Milán Varga Corona Fenestela Braşov 32 19 23 42 +14 92
Roland Hajós SAPA AV19 Székesfehérvár II 35 12 30 42 –24 12
Tihamér Becze HSC Csíkszereda 34 27 12 39 +30 69
Casey Bartzen Corona Fenestela Braşov 22 9 30 39 +14 42

Leading goaltendersEdit

The following goaltenders led the league in save percentage at the conclusion of the regular season. Only goaltenders who played at least 40% of the team's minutes are listed.[3]

GP = Games Played; TOI = Time On Ice (minutes); SOG = Shots on Goal; SVS =Saved Shots; GA = Goals Against; SVS% = Saving Percentage; GAA = Goals Against Average

Player Team GP TOI SOG SVS GA SVS% GAA
Stanislav Kozuch HSC Csíkszereda 25 1,357:54 664 622 42 .937 1.85
Peter Sevela Dunaújvárosi Acélbikák 19 944:55 490 458 32 .935 2.03
Patrik Polc Corona Fenestela Braşov 24 1,386:44 950 884 66 .931 2.85
Krisztián Budai Miskolci JJSE 27 1628:35 989 909 80 .919 2.94
Jozef Racko Ferencvárosi TC 35 2,035:37 1259 1126 133 .894 3.92
József Pleszkán SAPA AV19 Székesfehérvár II 28 1,560:08 1027 907 102 .883 4.61
Adrian Catrinoi Steaua Rangers 32 1,834:03 1169 1027 142 .879 4.64
Attila Szőke Újpesti TE 26 1,370:06 1054 919 135 .872 5.91

PlayoffsEdit

Quarter FinalsEdit

Best of 3

Semi FinalsEdit

Best of 5

FinalEdit

Best of 7

  • Dunaújvárosi Acélbikák 4 Miskolci JJSE 0

Team PhotosEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. A Dab.Docler lett a MOL Liga új aranyérmese! (Hungarian). Hungarian Ice Hockey Federation (20 February 2012). Retrieved on 21 February 2012.
  2. MOL Liga Statisztika – Kanadai táblázat (Hungarian). Hungarian Ice Hockey Federation. Retrieved on 18 November 2011.
  3. MOL Liga Statisztika – Kapus statisztika (Hungarian). Hungarian Ice Hockey Federation. Retrieved on 18 November 2011.

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