1993â€“94 Slovenian Hockey League season
The 1993/94 season was the third staging of the Slovenian Hockey League after the declaration of independence of Slovenia from Yugoslavia. She was discharged with seven teams. Defending champion and also the new champion was the HK Jesenice.
- 3.1 Semi-finals
- 3.2 final
- 3.3 series for third place
- 3.4 Series for fifth place
- 3.5 playoff scorer
Participants and mode
The field of participants from the previous year grew by the addition of any of HDK Maribor Stavbar of six to seven teams. After the 1992/93 season, only the HK Jesenice had participated in the international Alps League, pulled even this in the 1993/94 season from the league back, so this season has been completed without Slovenian participation.
The Slovenian championship started with a fundamental passage in the form of a simple round-trip round. After these twelve games per team, the participants were divided into two groups of four and three teams. The top four teams played another round-trip round against each other, the three teams in the stands five to seven, played a double round. Your points were added to the previous table.
It was followed by the playoff semi-finals and final of the Best of Seven mode. Similarly Series were played at the third and fifth.
After the HK Celje had shown a steadily increasing form already in the first two sweeps of the league, the team succeeded in its third attempt to equal points to place with the usual strong HDD Olimpija Ljubljana at the top. The reigning champion from Jesenice first fought with a dip in form, but still reached the third place. Once again the season was disappointing for the HK Slavija Ljubljana, who won in the regular season no game again.
The placements of the basic passage remained unchanged in the second round. Ljubljana was able to win all the games and so out play a significant Vorpsung. The HK Slavija get into the lower group the first two victories of the season.
Top scorer of the basic passage
In the playoffs, to fast a new edition of the finale of the last two years emerged as both the HK Jesenice and HDD Olimpija Ljubljana were able to defeat in the semi-finals without too much trouble their opponents. The final series ran again for the full distance. Although Ljubljana could have three wins in a row, but failed in the last three encounters again and again in the exploitation of the Match pucks. The HK Jesenice finally successfully defended his title in the last match on foreign ice.
- HDD Olimpija Ljubljana ( 1) - HK Bled (4): 4:0 ( 7:1, 8:5, 3:2, 4:1)
- HK Celje (2) - HK Jesenice (3): 1:4 ( 4:5, 4:3, 3:5, 3:4, 4:7 )
- HDD Olimpija Ljubljana ( 1) - HK Jesenice (3): 3:4 ( 3:5, 6:2, 3:0, 6:4, 5:2, 6:2, 2:3 )
Series for third place
- HK Celje (2) - HK Bled (4): 4:3 (4:3, 3:4, 4:5, 5:1, 7:2, 3:4, 3:1 )
Series for fifth place
- HK Triglav (5) - HDK Maribor Stavbar (6): 2:0 ( 8:5, 5:4 )
Cadres of the Slovenian champion
Goalkeepers: Klemen Mohorič
Defender: Elvis Bešlagić, Boris Kuncic, Dejan Varl, Borut Vukcevic
Attacker: Pavel Kadykow, Ildar Rahmatuljin, Peter Rozic
Sources and References
- Season Summary on www.hockeyarchives.info (French)
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