2007–08 Slovak Extraliga season

The season 2007/ 08 the Slovnaft Extraliga was the 15th regular hosting of the top division of Slovakia. In the playoff finals, the HC Slovan Bratislava sat against the HC Košice 4-3 and won the seventh Slovak championship in club history.

  • 3.1 topscorer
  • 3.2 champion team of HC Slovan Bratislava
  • 4.1 All- Star team

Participants and mode

The League was increased before the 2007/ 08 season to 12 clubs. Has been added the master of the first league, the MIC SkiPark Kežmarok, and the Slovak U-20 national team. The latter should implement the Extraliga - under the name HK VSR SR 20 - prepare for the U20 World Cup in 2008 and played a total of 34 games in the league. All other teams will play a total of 54 games, ie each of 27 home and away games. At first, a double round between all teams played (44 matches per participant ) and following was played half a single round among the remaining club teams.

  • HC Slovan Bratislava
  • MIC SkiPark Kežmarok
  • HC Košice
  • MHk 32 Liptovsky Mikulas
  • MHC Martin
  • HK Ardo Nitra
  • HK SKP Poprad Aqua City
  • HK 36 Skalica
  • HC Dukla Trenčín
  • HKm Zvolen
  • MsHK Žilina
  • HK VSR SR 20 (Slovak U-20 national team)

Regular Season


For a victory after extra time or penalty shoot only two instead of three points were awarded to the winner, the loser gets in both cases, no point.

Top scorer


Master of the 2007/08 season was the HC Slovan Bratislava, the 4-3 sat down against the HC Kosice and won won the seventh title in club history. Outstanding players in rows of Slovan were Martin Kuľha, Sasu Hovi and goalkeeper Richard Kapuš.

Top scorer

Champion team of HC Slovan Bratislava


  • Top scorer: Žigmund Palffy ( HK 36 Skalica ): 75 points scorer ( 30 goals and 45 assists)
  • Top Scorers: Martin Kuľha (HC Slovan Bratislava): 33 goals
  • Best Goalkeeper: Vlastimil Lakosil (MHC Martin): 2:18 GAA; 92.65 % quota
  • Player of the Year: Žigmund Palffy ( HK 36 Skalica )
  • Coach of the Year: Zdeno Cíger (HC Slovan Bratislava)
  • Goalkeeper of the Year: Sasu Hovi (HC Slovan Bratislava)
  • Defender of the Year: Martin Ivičič ( HK 36 Skalica )

All- Star team