Panonian League

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Panonian League
Most recent season or competition:
2008–09 Panonian League season
Panonian League
Sport Ice hockey
Founded 2002
Ceased 2009
Country  Croatia
Serbia HK Vojvodina (1st title)

The Panonian League (Croatian and Serbian: Panonska Liga, Панонска Лига) was one of the multinational ice hockey leagues in Europe. The league was established in 2002 and originally comprised teams from Hungary, Romania and Croatia. HK Vojvodina became the first Serbian team to join the league in 2003-04. The league was temporarily abandoned after 2003-04 when Hungarian and Romanian teams went on to establish their own joint league, called the MOL Liga. The Panonian League was revived in 2007 with Croatian and Serbian teams, lasting until 2009. In total there were four seasons, from 2002 to 2004, and from 2007 to 2009.


Former Teams

Seasons and League Champions

Season results overview

Season Champions Runners-up Final series score Third place finisher Regular season winner
2002–2003 Hungary Ferencvárosi TC Romania SC Miercurea Ciuc 2–0 Croatia KHL Zagreb Hungary Ferencvárosi TC
2003–2004 Romania SC Miercurea Ciuc Hungary Ferencvárosi TC 2–0 Croatia KHL Zagreb Romania SC Miercurea Ciuc
2007–2008 Croatia KHL Mladost Serbia HK Partizan [np] Serbia HK Novi Sad Croatia KHL Mladost
2008–2009 Serbia HK Vojvodina Serbia HK Partizan 3–2 Serbia KHK Crvena Zvezda Serbia HK Partizan
  • [np] There were no playoffs that year. The team that finished in first place at the end of the regular season won the overall league title.

See also

External links

  • Season 2002/03 at
  • Season 2003/04 at
  • Season 2007/08 at
  • Season 2008/09 at
  • Panonska liga - ima li budućnosti? at
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