2002–03 EEHL season

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The 2002–03 Eastern European Hockey League season, was the eighth season of the multi-national ice hockey league. 16 teams participated in the league, 10 in Division 1, and six in Division 2. HK Keramin Minsk of Belarus won Division 1, and ASK Jelgava of Latvia won Division 2.

Division 1[edit]

Division 1
Pl. Team GP W OTW OTL L Goals Pkt.
1. HK Keramin Minsk 36 23 4 2 7 136:084 79
2. HK Homel 36 23 4 1 8 139:067 78
3. HK Sokol Kiev 36 18 5 6 7 95:067 70
4. HK Riga 2000 36 16 4 4 12 119:112 60
5. HK Liepājas Metalurgs 36 17 2 2 15 107:093 57
6. HK Khimvolokno Mogilev 36 15 6 4 13 100:099 57
7. HK Neman Grodno 36 8 9 7 12 102:103 49
8. Kapitan Stupino 36 9 2 4 21 83:110 35
9. Polimir Novopolotsk 36 9 1 2 23 67:141 30
10. HK Vitebsk 36 5 1 5 25 77:138 22

Division 2[edit]

Division 2
Pl. Team GP W OTW OTL L Goals Pkt.
1. ASK Zemgale Jelgava 20 18 0 0 2 170:044 54
2. SC Energija 18 11 1 1 5 158:068 36
3. HK Kiev 20 11 1 0 6 106:058 35
4. Stalkers Daugavpils 20 8 3 3 6 89:66 33
5. HK Prizma Riga 18 2 1 2 13 59:147 10
6. GKS Gdansk II 18 0 0 0 18 22:201 0

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