2004–05 Slovak Extraliga season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

The Slovak Extraliga 2004-05 was the twelfth regular season of the Slovak Extraliga, the top level of professional ice hockey in Slovakia. During the 2004–05 NHL lockout several Slovak players returned to the their homeland, including Pavol Demitra, Marián Hossa, Marián Gáborík (all in Dukla Trenčín), Miroslav Šatan and Ľubomír Višňovský (both in HC Slovan Bratislava), Michal Handzuš, Richard Zedník and Vladimír Országh (all in HKm Zvolen), Ladislav Nagy and Martin Štrbák (both in HC Košice).

Regular season[edit]

Final standings[edit]

Po. Club GP W OTW T OTL L GF GA PTS
1. HKm Zvolen 54 31 5 4 1 13 185 128 107
2. HC Slovan Bratislava 54 34 0 5 2 13 184 115 107
3. HC Dukla Trenčín 54 31 1 7 1 14 200 127 102
4. HC Košice 54 29 1 6 2 16 156 124 95
5. HK Nitra 54 26 1 7 2 18 152 146 87
6. MsHK Žilina 54 23 3 4 0 24 148 138 79
7. HK Poprad 54 19 2 11 1 21 133 134 72
8. MHk 32 Liptovský Mikuláš 54 18 1 8 1 26 139 166 64
9. HK 36 Skalica 54 11 0 6 2 35 129 205 39
10. HK Dubnica 54 4 0 2 2 46 93 236 14

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.

Playoffs[edit]

Playoff bracket[edit]

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

Playout[edit]

Extraliga Last Team Score 1st. League Winner
HK Dubnica* 4:2 HC Topoľčany
7:1, 2:4, 1:2, 3:0, 8:0, 7:1

* Dubnica sold license for the 2005-06 season to Martin due to financial troubles.

Scoring Leaders[edit]

2004-05 All Star Team[edit]

Player Post Club
Slovakia Karol Križan G Zvolen
Slovakia Ľubomír Višňovský D Slovan
Slovakia René Vydarený D Slovan
Slovakia Miroslav Šatan LW Slovan
Slovakia Michal Handzuš C Zvolen
Slovakia Pavol Demitra RW Trenčín
Coach Club
Czech Republic Miloš Říha Slovan

External links[edit]