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|2011–12 MOL Liga season|
|No. of teams||8|
|Country(ies)|| Hungary (5 teams)|
Romania (3 teams)
|Most recent champion(s)||Dunaújvárosi Acélbikák|
|Related competitions|| OB I bajnokság,|
The games played between the Hungarian teams count towards the Hungarian National Championship in the OB I bajnokság. The Romanian teams also compete in the Romanian National Championship Liga Naţională.
In the first season the league comprised six Hungarian teams and four Romanian teams. HC Csíkszereda went undefeated in the post season to win the first MOL Liga title.
In the second season, the number of teams went down to five Hungarian and two Romanian teams. Following the regular season they decided the winner in a final four system. Budapest Stars met Újpesti TE in the final, after they beat SC Csíkszereda and Dab. Docler respectively. Újpest started the match better, taking the lead just after one and a half minute. However, the events took an U-turn and about two hours later it was the Budapest Stars who lifted the trophy, after winning the match 3–1.
|Fenestela Braşov||Braşov||Patinoarul Olimpic Brasov||2,200|
|Ferencvárosi TC||Budapest||Pesterzsébeti Jégcsarnok||1,500|
|HSC Csíkszereda||Miercurea-Ciuc||Vákár Lajos Ice Hall||2,000|
|Miskolci Jegesmedvék||Miskolc||Miskolci Jégcsarnok||1,304|
|SAPA Fehérvár AV 19||Székesfehérvár||Ifjabb Ocskay Gábor Ice Hall||3,500|
|Steaua Rangers||Bucharest||Patinoarul Mihai Flamaropol||5,000|
|Újpesti TE||Budapest||Újpesti Jégcsarnok||2,200|
- ↑ MOL title in Romanian hands, IIHF Website
- ↑ MOL Liga 2009-2010, Hungarian Ice Hockey Federation Website
- ↑ MOL Liga 2010-2011, Hungarian Ice Hockey Federation Website
- ↑ A Dab.Docler lett a MOL Liga új aranyérmese! (Hungarian). Hungarian Ice Hockey Federation (20 February 2012). Retrieved on 21 February 2012.
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