1993–94 Slovenian Hockey League season

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1993–94 Slovenian Hockey League season
League Slovenian Ice Hockey League
Sport Ice hockey
Regular-season winner Olimpija
Champions Jesenice
Runners-up Olimpija
Slovenian Ice Hockey League seasons

The 1993–94 Slovenian Ice Hockey League was the third season of the Slovenian Hockey League.

At the end of the regular season the playoffs were held. Jesenice were the winners.

Teams[edit]

First part of the season[edit]

Rk Team GP W T L GF GA Pts
1. Celje 12 10 1 1 108 32 21
2. Olimpija 12 10 1 1 110 33 21
3. Jesenice 12 8 1 3 97 39 17
4. Bled 12 6 1 5 85 48 13
5. Triglav Kranj 12 4 0 8 51 94 8
6. Maribor 12 1 1 10 33 136 3
7. Slavija 12 0 1 11 17 118

Second Part of Season[edit]

The top four teams in part two went on to the playoffs, while the bottom three determined the final three places.

Rk Team GP W T L GF GA Pts
Group A (for 1st to 4th place)
1. Olimpija 18 16 1 1 149 55 33
2. Celje 18 14 0 4 97 64 28
3. Jesenice 18 12 1 5 138 62 25
4. Bled 18 8 0 10 113 74 16
Group B (for 5th to 7th place)
5. Triglav Kranj 20 10 0 10 89 120 20
6. Maribor 20 5 1 14 62 173 11
7. Slavija 20 4 0 16 69 161 8

Play-offs[edit]

Semi-finals[edit]

Olimpija defeated Bled 4–0 in a best of seven series.

  • Olimpija – Bled 7–1
  • Bled – Olimpija 5–8
  • Olimpija – Bled 3–2
  • Bled - Olimpija 1–4

Acroni Jesenice defeated Celje 4–1 in a best of seven series.

  • Celje – Jesenice 4–5
  • Jesenice – Celje 3–4
  • Celje – Jesenice 5–3
  • Jesenice – Celje 4–3
  • Celje – Jesenice 4–7

Final[edit]

Jesenice defeated Olimpija 4–3 in a best of seven series.

  • Olimpija – Jesenice 3–5
  • Jesenice – Olimpija 2–6
  • Olimpija – Jesenice 3–0
  • Jesenice – Olimpija 4–6
  • Olimpija – Jesenice 2–5
  • Jesenice – Olimpija 6–2
  • Olimpija – Jesenice 2–3

Third place[edit]

Celje defeated Bled 4–3 in a beast of seven series

Fifth place[edit]

Triglav Kranj defeated Maribor 2–0 in a best of three series.

  • Triglav Kranj - Maribor 8–5
  • Maribor - Triglav Kranj 4–5

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