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2013–14 EIHL season
League Elite Ice Hockey League
Sport Ice hockey
Regular season

The 2013–14 Elite Ice Hockey League Season is the 11th season of the Elite Ice Hockey League. The regular season began on September 7, 2013 and ended on March 22, 2014.[1]

ChampionsEdit

LeagueBelfast Giants

PlayoffsSheffield Steelers

Challenge CupNottingham Panthers

TeamsEdit

Team Arena(s)
Belfast Giants Odyssey Arena
Braehead Clan Braehead Arena
Cardiff Devils Cardiff Arena
Coventry Blaze SkyDome Arena
Dundee Stars Dundee Ice Arena
Edinburgh Capitals Murrayfield Ice Rink
Hull Stingrays Hull Arena
Fife Flyers Fife Ice Arena
Nottingham Panthers National Ice Centre
Sheffield Steelers Motorpoint Arena/IceSheffield

Elite League TableEdit

Club GP W L OTL SOL Goals Pts
1. Belfast Giants 52 4361221:12789
2. Sheffield Steelers 52 311713172:14166
3. Dundee Stars 52 282013152:14860
4. Nottingham Panthers 52 252043188:16957
5. Braehead Clan 52 242053180:17156
6. Coventry Blaze 52 242242168:16754
7. Fife Flyers 52 242332172:18853
8. Hull Stingrays 52 242413168:18652
9. Cardiff Devils 52 242422162:18252
10. Edinburgh Capitals 52 133603134:22729

GP=Games Played W=Win, L=Lose, OTL=Over Time Loses, SOL=Shoot Out Loses, Pts=Points,

Elite League PlayoffsEdit

QuarterfinalsEdit

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Belfast Giants 7:3 Hull Stingrays 4:1 3:2
Sheffield Steelers 9:3 Coventry Blaze 3:2 6:1
Dundee Stars 4:8 Fife Flyers 3:4 1:4
Nottingham Panthers 1:9 Braehead Clan 0:4 1:5

Semifinals Edit

Home team Away team Score
Belfast Giants Fife Flyers 1:0 (0:0, 0:0, 1:0)
Sheffield Steelers Braehead Clan 3:2 (2:1, 0:1, 1:0)

3rd place game Edit

Home team Away team Score
Braehead Clan Fife Flyers 7:6 OT (0:2, 3:2, 3:2, 1:0)

Final Edit

Home team Away team Score
Belfast Giants Sheffield Steelers 2:3 OT (0:0, 2:2, 0:0, 0:1)

Challenge CupEdit

  • NOTE: Some Cup games double up as League games due to scheduling constraints.

Top 2 in each group qualify for Semi-Finals

(Q) means teams has qualified for Semi-Finals

Group AEdit

Position Team GP W L T GF GA Pts
1 Belfast Giants (Q) 12 9 1 1 51 28 19
2 Dundee Stars (Q) 10 5 5 0 26 28 10
3 Fife Flyers 10 4 5 1 26 31 9
4 Braehead Clan 10 4 6 0 33 32 8
5 Edinburgh Capitals 8 1 6 1 10 34 3

Group BEdit

Position Team GP W L T GF GA Pts
1 Nottingham Panthers (Q) 14 12 2 0 72 40 24
2 Cardiff Devils (Q) 12 7 4 0 44 41 14
3 Sheffield Steelers 12 7 5 0 41 41 14
4 Hull Stingrays 8 1 6 1 28 40 3
5 Coventry Blaze 8 1 6 1 20 36 3

Challenge Cup Knockout StagesEdit

  • The Knockout Stages will be played over 2-Legs, Home and Away. (Aggregate Scores shown, First and Second Leg scores in brackets)
  Semi Finals Final
                 
1 Belfast Giants 10 (7,3)  
4 Cardiff Devils 4(1,3)  
      Belfast Giants 6 (5, 1)
    Nottingham Panthers 7 (2, 4, SO win)
2 Nottingham Panthers 11(5,6)
3 Sheffield Steelers 7(3,4)  

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