2004–05 Czech Extraliga season

The season 2004 /05 was the 12th regular hosting of the highest Czech Hockey League, the Tipsport Extraliga. In the play-off final, the HC Moeller Pardubice sat against the HC Hamé Zlín 4-0 by. In the first league of the Czech Republic HC České Budějovice won the championship, defeating in the relegation matches the table last of the Extraliga, HC Dukla Jihlava the, 4-1. This České Budějovice advance to the Extraliga and takes the place of the Jihlava.

  • 3.1 tournament tree
  • 3.2 final


In 52 games, all teams play against each other four times each, each team throughout the season 26 home and 26 away games. The teams ranked 1 - 8 directly qualify for the play- offs, which will be played in best-of- seven- mode. At the end of the season takes a League Relegation to the descent and ascent place in the Extraliga. In return, the master of the first league, which must deny a best- of-seven series against the league last of the Extraliga qualified.

Regular Season



  • Top scorer: Jaroslav Balaštík, 30 goals for the HC Hamé Zlín
  • Topvorlagengeber: Petr Leška, 38 assists for the HC Hamé Zlín
  • Toptorhüter: Tomáš Pöpperle (HC Sparta Praha ): 25 games, Gegentorschnitt 1.58, four shutouts, catch rate of 94.86 %

Average attendance

The highest average attendance of the league saw the HC Moeller Pardubice.


Tournament tree


The HC Moeller Pardubice sat down against the HC Hamé Zlín 4-0 by winning the fourth title in club history. A towering youngster series with Aleš Hemský, Petr Průcha and Petr Koukal, the NHL player Milan Hejduk and Jan Bulis and the Slovakian goalkeeper Ján Lašák ( Gegentorschnitt of 1.78; 3 shutouts; catch quota: 94.97 %) were guarantors of this success.


The crew of the HC České Budějovice to Vaclav Prospal and Roman Turek sat down with 4-1 HC Dukla Jihlava against the by and rose to the Extraliga. The crew of the HC Dukla Jihlava had to join the in the first league.