2010–11 Slohokej League season

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2010–11 Slohokej League Season
League Slohokej League
Sport Ice hockey
Number of teams 10
Regular-season winner Slovenia Olimpija
Champions Serbia Partizan
Runners-up Slovenia Olimpija
Slohokej League seasons

The 2010–11 Slohokej League season was the second season of the Slohokej league. In contrast to the previous season, the season featured one Croatian team rather than two, and a new Slovenian team joined the league as well. HDK Maribor were the defending champions, having won their first title the previous season.

2010–11 teams[edit]

Team City Arena Capacity Founded
HDD Bled Slovenia Bled Bled Ice Hall 1,000 2010
HK MK Bled Slovenia Bled Bled Ice Hall 1,000 1999
Junior Graz 99ers Austria Graz Eisstadion Graz Liebenau 4,050 2009
Maribor Slovenia Maribor Tabor Ice Hall 1,000 1993
Mladi Jesenice Slovenia Jesenice Podmežakla Hall 5,500 1999
Olimpija Slovenia Ljubljana Tivoli Hall 7,000 2004
Partizan Serbia Belgrade Pionir Ice Hall 2,000 1946
Slavija Slovenia Ljubljana Zalog Ice Hall 1,000 1964
Team Zagreb Croatia Zagreb Dvorana Velesajam 500 2010
Triglav Kranj Slovenia Kranj Zlatno Polje Ice Hall 1,000 1968

Standings[edit]

# Club GP W OTW OTL L GF GA PIM Pts
1. Slovenia Olimpija 27 24 1 0 2 196 67 450 74
2. Serbia Partizan 27 22 2 0 3 141 50 602 70
3. Slovenia Maribor 27 15 2 2 8 91 68 445 51
4. Slovenia Triglav Kranj 27 15 1 0 11 96 81 693 47
5. Croatia Team Zagreb 27 14 1 2 10 115 93 499 46
6. Slovenia Mladi Jesenice 27 11 4 2 10 103 89 423 43
7. Austria Junior Graz 99ers 27 6 2 5 14 72 112 569 27
8. Slovenia HDD Bled 27 6 1 4 16 89 137 703 24
9. Slovenia Slavija 27 5 2 1 19 59 115 541 20
10. Slovenia HK MK Bled 27 1 0 0 26 56 205 606 3

Play-offs[edit]

Quarter-finals[edit]

Semi-finals[edit]

3rd place[edit]

Final[edit]