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Interliga (1999–2007)

The Interliga (English: International Ice Hockey League, German: Internationale Eishockeyliga) was an international professional ice hockey league which existed between 1999 and 2007. It was formed in 1999 to replace the Alpine League after Hungarian teams took over the Italian contingency and the base of the league shifted away from the Alps.

During its existence there were teams from Austria, Croatia, Hungary, Poland, Serbia and Slovenia.

Results

Season Winner
1999–2000 EC Klagenfurt AC
2000–01 Olimpija
2001–02 Olimpija
2002–03 Alba Volán Székesfehérvár
2003–04 Podhale Nowy Targ
2004–05 Jesenice
2005–06 Jesenice
2006–07 Alba Volán Székesfehérvár

See also

References

  • Interliga 1999./2000.
  • Interliga 2000./01.
  • Interliga 2001./02.
  • Interliga 2002./03.
  • Interliga 2003./04.
  • Interliga 2004./05.
  • Interliga 2005./06.
  • Interliga 2006./07.
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