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Slohokej League

Slohokej League
Most recent season or competition:
2011–12 Slohokej League season
Slohokej League
Sport Ice hockey
Founded 2009 (2009)
Ceased 2012 (2012)
Last champion(s) HK Partizan (2nd title)
Official website

The Slohokej League (Slohokej Liga) was a multinational ice hockey league in Europe. The competition was made up from teams from Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia and Austria. A few teams in the league were the farm teams for clubs that play in the EBEL - Erste Bank Eishockey Liga (Jesenice and Olimpija). Other Slovene teams used the league for future development of young Slovenian players and had the majority of their team rosters made up from players of the age of 21 and younger.


  • Teams 1
  • Slohokej League seasons 2
  • See also 3
  • External links 4


Team City Arena Capacity Founded
Former teams
HDD Bled Bled Bled Ice Hall 1,000 2010
HK MK Bled Bled Bled Ice Hall 1,000 1999
Junior Graz 99ers Graz Eisstadion Graz Liebenau 4,050 2009
Maribor Maribor Tabor Ice Hall 1,000 1993
Maribor II Maribor Tabor Ice Hall 1,000 1993
Medveščak Zagreb Dvorana Velesajam 500 1961
Mladi Jesenice Jesenice Podmežakla Hall 5,500 1999
Mladost Zagreb Dvorana Velesajam 500 1946
Olimpija Ljubljana Tivoli Hall 7,000 2004
Partizan Belgrade Pionir Ice Hall 2,000 1946
Slavija Ljubljana Zalog Ice Hall 1,000 1964
Team Zagreb Zagreb Dvorana Velesajam 500 2010
Triglav Kranj Kranj Zlatno Polje Ice Hall 1,000 1968

Slohokej League seasons

Season Champions Runners-up
2009–10 Maribor Partizan
2010–11 Partizan Olimpija
2011–12 Partizan Olimpija

See also

External links

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