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    Tom and Phil Strendzer brothers in Vojvodina. Rezek, Majnik and Bratina are Slovenia players. Brian Joket yes..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Franco View Post
    I have some additional infos, unfortunatelly not complete...

    HK Kranjska Gora probably the same. No foreigner the whole season.
    Kranjska Gora was Jesenice's farm team so it is natural it had no foreign players.

    HK Medvescak Zagreb have had two foreigner: "Allison" (?), "Sullivan" (?).

    This information I found in the old Newspaper "SN" (""Sport Novostni" ?? Not sure about the correct name). So far I know, there was one from Zagreb and one from Beograd. I have some clips from both.
    Allison was James Bruce Allison, a Canadian who came to Zagreb in 1985. Eventually he married a local girl who was a champion in water skiing.

    SN is an abbreviation for Sportske novosti (Sport News) the only Croatian sports daily paper. It is still published.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rabbit View Post
    Rezek probaby was Damjan Režek, Majnik probably was Jure Majnik, both were Yugoslavian. I think there were these players - Celje newspaper wrote "arrive from Ljubljana".


    Jamieson maybe Don Jamieson, but I'm not sure. Jokat, I think, means Brian Jokat. Haword - no ideas.


    Very rare names! :D Maybe Snapshot knows...


    Franco, what team of Beograd you mean - Partizan or Crvena Zvezda?
    good work guys!

    Rabbitt,

    oh, maybe I did not wrote clearly. I ment with "So far I know, there was one in Zagreb and one in Beograd " ---> the Newspaper ("NS") and not teams.. sorry...
    Cheers, Franco

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drax View Post
    Kranjska Gora was Jesenice's farm team so it is natural it had no foreign players.



    Allison was James Bruce Allison, a Canadian who came to Zagreb in 1985. Eventually he married a local girl who was a champion in water skiing.

    SN is an abbreviation for Sportske novosti (Sport News) the only Croatian sports daily paper. It is still published.
    .... now I'm confused.... was there not a "Sportske novosti" too from Beograd? At least I do have some clips from Beograd (Sport) newspaper from the 80ies... but I can't figure out the name.... I was sure it is "Sportske novosti"...
    Cheers, Franco

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    Quote Originally Posted by Franco View Post
    .... now I'm confused.... was there not a "Sportske novosti" too from Beograd? At least I do have some clips from Beograd (Sport) newspaper from the 80ies... but I can't figure out the name.... I was sure it is "Sportske novosti"...
    Sportski žurnal is from Beograd

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    Quote Originally Posted by Franco View Post
    .... now I'm confused.... was there not a "Sportske novosti" too from Beograd? At least I do have some clips from Beograd (Sport) newspaper from the 80ies... but I can't figure out the name.... I was sure it is "Sportske novosti"...
    In that time there was just one sportnewspaper in Belgrade called "Sport" and he still available....Now there are one new sportpaper calling Sportski Zurnal.
    In Zagreb there was Sportske Novosti, still available..

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    Quote Originally Posted by partizanhk View Post
    In that time there was just one sportnewspaper in Belgrade called "Sport" and he still available....Now there are one new sportpaper calling Sportski Zurnal.
    In Zagreb there was Sportske Novosti, still available..
    Are you sure that back then there were no Sportski zurnal, but Sport ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by partizanhk View Post
    In that time there was just one sportnewspaper in Belgrade called "Sport" and he still available....Now there are one new sportpaper calling Sportski Zurnal.
    In Zagreb there was Sportske Novosti, still available..
    Are these newspapers available as historical archives? Or as modern news only?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rabbit View Post
    Are these newspapers available as historical archives? Or as modern news only?
    I searched for these in national library in Zagreb and they don't have Sportski zurnal, only Sport.

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    Before the war, there was only one sports daily newspaper in Belgrade: "Sport". It is easy to make a difference between "Sportske novosti" and "Sport" because one was publiched in Latin letter, the other in Cyrillic. Belgrade's famous publishing firm "Politika", added its own sports daily newspaper "Sportski Žurnal" later.

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    It seems, that main discussed information is over...
    Gentlemen, let's collect the same information on next two seasons!

    1986-87

    HK Patizan Belgrad
    Bednář Vladimír (CSSR)
    Železný Otto (CSSR)
    Nekola Karel (CSSR)

    HDK Cinkarna Celje (Medrepubliška Liga)
    Kuczyński Leszek (Poland)

    By the way, question to our Croatian and Serbian colleagues - is "Medrepubliška Liga" a correct name for 2-nd tier Yugoslavia League? This name I found at Celje newspapers.

    1987-88

    HK Acroni Jesenice
    Figala Milan (CSSR)
    Macholda Vladimír (CSSR)

    Kompas Olimpija Ljubljana
    Veith Vladimír (CSSR)
    Kupec Miloš (CSSR)
    Ladygin Nikolai (USSR)

    HK Partizan Beograd
    Vlk Jaroslav (CSSR)
    Kaciř Bohumil (CSSR)
    Potsch Rudolf (CSSR) - Head coach

    KHL Medveščak Zagreb
    Hayse Joseph (USA)

    HDK Cinkarna Celje
    Bialik Marek (Poland)
    Kuczyński Leszek (Poland)
    Pułka Witold (Poland)
    Maleš Jiři (CSSR) - Head coach

    HK Crvena Zvezda Beograd
    Výborný František (CSSR)
    Lukáč Jozef (CSSR)
    Vejvoda Otakar (CSSR)

    HK Vojvodina Novi Sad
    Sedlak Miloslav (CSSR)

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    Medvescak 1986/1987

    Didcott Mark (D/F ? )
    Allison Jim (F)
    Coflin Mike (F)


    Medvescak 1987/1988

    Allison Jim
    Coflin Mike
    Hayse Joseph - left in middle of the season after his girlfriend were killed

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    Snapshot, it's great! Thank you!
    Additions on these players:
    Didcott, Hayse, Allison, Coflin

    Quote Originally Posted by Snapshot View Post
    Hayse Joseph - left in middle of the season after his girlfriend were killed
    Sad fact... His girlfriend was Croatian?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rabbit View Post
    Snapshot, it's great! Thank you!
    Additions on these players:
    Didcott, Hayse, Allison, Coflin


    Sad fact... His girlfriend was Croatian?
    Yes it was. Actually she already had boyfriend (a policeman) who killed her and later himself.

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    guys, thanks for the clarification regarding the various sport newspaper.

    Here some infos, where I found...

    1986/87

    Crvena Zvezda Beograd
    Vejvoda Otokar (CSSR)
    Mraz (CSSR) - I guess, it was Zdenek Mraz
    Ilkic (USA) - not sure, if correct..

    HK Jesenice
    no foreigner

    HK "Gorenjca" Kranjska Gora
    no foreigner

    HK "Kompas Olimpija" Ljubljana
    no foreigner

    HK "Vojvodina" Novi Sad
    Neeld John (CAN)

    HK "Bosna" Sarajevo
    Bezdicek Vladimir (CSSR)
    Kodousek Milan (CSSR)

    HK "Vardan Makoteks" Skopje
    Mec Jaroslav (CSSR)
    Simiciev (GK - ???), not sure, if he was a foreigner

    HK "Medvescak Gortan" Zagreb
    Allison Jim
    Coflin Mike
    Didcott Mark

    1987-88

    HK "Partizan" Beograd
    Zelezny Otokar (CSSR)
    Konukov (???) - not sure about this guy..... he just played one game...

    HK "Gorenjca" Kranjska Gora
    no foreigner

    HK "Vojvodina" Novi Sad
    Krasa Miroslav (CSSR - GK)
    Kapoun Miroslav (CSSR - GK) - played at least one game
    Novotny Jan (CSSR)
    Podhonicky (CSSR)
    Popov (???) - not sure, if this guy was a foreigner...(he played 4 games)

    as per my information, there was NO Sedlak Michal playing for Vojvodina in 87/88. I know, his name is mentioned on eliteprospect.com, but as per former newspaper clips, this can't be..

    HK "Bosna" Sarajevo
    Kapoun Miroslav (CSSR - GK) - played 18 games
    Bezdicek Vladimir (CSSR)
    Kodousek Milan (CSSR)

    HK "Vardan Makoteks" Skopje
    Team disqualified after the first round after they lost games in a row by forfeit.
    Simicev (??? - GK) - was he a foreigner?
    Miklosevic (CSSR)
    Mec Jaroslav (CSSR)
    Daskalov (???) - foreigner?
    Shejbal (CSSR) - really from the CSSR?
    Ziopulov (???) - foreigner?

    HK "Medvescak" Zagreb
    Coflin Mike (CAN)
    Allison James (CAN)

    Hope this help a little bit..
    Cheers, Franco

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    Franco, some names look like russian ones (Simicev, Daskalov, Ziopulov, Konukov). Can you write these names with original letters (with diacritical signs)? Now I don't understand how this names may be written on russian and cannot look for its at my database. Popov is very widespread russian surname. I have 11 players named "Popov" with borndate between 1950 and 1965 in my database. Have you any additional info to specify him?

    Podhonicky - may be Podkonicky Jan?

    Zdeněk Mráz - I have some doubts.. He was 37 years old at 1986... But I have no other ideas ((((
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    It was Zdenek Mraz, old but great player, later he played in INA Sisak

    1986/87*
    John Neeld?
    +Mishel Tolj (Partizan, Swe/Srb)*Deni Ilkic (C.Zvezda, NA)*John Smrke (Olimpija, NA)*Kostenko (Bosna, Kostenko, NA, left team 13.12.86.)*Miklosev (Skopje Makoteks, CSSR)*Shejbal (Skopje Makoteks, CSSR)*Jhon Millie (Vojvodina, NA)*
    1987/88*
    Partizan - Kacir (CSSR), Vlk (CSSR), Zelezni (CSSR) *Cinkarna - Pulka (POL), Kuchinsky (POL), Bialik (POL)*Jesenice - Figala (CSSR), Macholda (CSSR)*Vojvodina - Krasa (CSSR), Podkonicky (CSSR), Novotny (CSSR) , Popov is Serb.*Skopje Makoteks - only 3 foreigners Mec, Shejbal, Miklosev all from CSSR *
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rabbit View Post

    By the way, question to our Croatian and Serbian colleagues - is "Medrepubliška Liga" a correct name for 2-nd tier Yugoslavia League? This name I found at Celje newspapers.
    yes. It is second league, but in some years there was two groups of that league. West and east group of second league or called Medjurepublicka liga on Serbian lenguague...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snapshot View Post
    Are you sure that back then there were no Sportski zurnal, but Sport ?
    Sportski zurnal was first time published on the may 1990.

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    partizanhk, thank you!
    BASSA, maybe John Millie and John Neeld was one player? On a sound these names are similar...

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    In what years exactly was the 2nd-level Yugoslav League contested? And does anyone have a list of champions from it? This info's been very difficult to come across...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JEFF M View Post
    Boris Renaud league Stats Total Points 369,Goals 191,Assists 178.Nothing for Gojanovic for league.
    What about Miran Krmelj, is he on the list in the book ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snapshot View Post
    What about Miran Krmelj, is he on the list in the book ?

    No league stats for Miran Krmelj but says he played 40 games for National Team between 1963 and 1976 with no goals and 6 assists.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Maple Leaf View Post
    In what years exactly was the 2nd-level Yugoslav League contested? And does anyone have a list of champions from it? This info's been very difficult to come across...
    I assume in the eighties...

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    Only Slovenian clubs i suppose....in 1990/1991 it was Bled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Maple Leaf View Post
    In what years exactly was the 2nd-level Yugoslav League contested? And does anyone have a list of champions from it? This info's been very difficult to come across...
    During the eighties up until the dissolution of Yugoslavia there was a second tier league played in two separate groups. They were called "Interrepublic League West" and "East", respectively. Winners of both groups were supposed to promote to First League.

    Western group comprised the teams from Slovenia and Croatia like Triglav (Kranj), Tivoli (farm team of Olimpija, Ljubljana), Maribor, Prevoje (Ljubljana), Bled, Mladost (Zagreb) and INA (Sisak). Eastern group was composed from the teams from Serbia, Macedonia and after the 1984 Olympics, Bosnia-Herzegowina. Until the expansion of First league to eight or later ten teams, eastern group usually had Vojvodina (Novi Sad) or Spartak (Subotica), Vardar (Skopje), Bosna (Sarajevo) and another team from Skopje, Makoteks. In early eighties when First League had only six teams, one of Belgrade teams, Partizan or Crvena zvezda, also played in the second tier league.

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    But in the late eighties, there was just one second league...without west and east group if I remember right.

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    Given that Partizan, Crvena zvezda, Vojvodina, Makoteks and Bosna all played in the ten member first league, there was practically no one left to play in the Eastern Group but Spartak from Subotica. Perhaps it played in the Western group alongside Slovenian and Croatian clubs, but I have no data about these seasons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drax View Post
    Given that Partizan, Crvena zvezda, Vojvodina, Makoteks and Bosna all played in the ten member first league, there was practically no one left to play in the Eastern Group but Spartak from Subotica. Perhaps it played in the Western group alongside Slovenian and Croatian clubs, but I have no data about these seasons.
    Yes, Spartak played with Slovenians and Croatian clubs..

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    In season 1990/1991. it was two interrepublic leagues, "West" and "East". In the "East" there were four teams, Mladost, Zagreb, INA Sisak and Spartak Subotica.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snapshot View Post
    In season 1990/1991. it was two interrepublic leagues, "West" and "East". In the "East" there were four teams, Mladost, Zagreb, INA Sisak and Spartak Subotica.
    Yes, thanks for information. I just dont know what kind of pley off was in that time. I suppose that best from West playing with best from East in some kind of final. After that it was games against worst from elite league or there was no pley out sistem...i forgot.
    I just know that Spartak played with Bled probably that year in some kind of final of second league and they lost that games....but dont remember was that final or semi final...

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    The main star in Spartak that season was
    http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=125787

    Or maybe it was year before....i dont remember.

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    Is it possible that someone put the results and table from second league if someone have that kind of informations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by partizanhk View Post
    Is it possible that someone put the results and table from second league if someone have that kind of informations.
    I will search it in my collection but I can't promise. BTW which season are you looking for ?

    p.s. as you are being from Belgrade, if results really interesting you, best option is to go to national library, I am sure they have old issues of "Sport" and search for it ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snapshot View Post
    I will search it in my collection but I can't promise. BTW which season are you looking for ?

    p.s. as you are being from Belgrade, if results really interesting you, best option is to go to national library, I am sure they have old issues of "Sport" and search for it ;-)
    ok, thanks

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    I am looking for last season of former second tier 1990/1991

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    Quote Originally Posted by partizanhk View Post
    I am looking for last season of former second tier 1990/1991
    I checked it, sorry, no results....only some of the results from "Savezna" liga, but nothing for second tier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by partizanhk View Post
    Is it possible that someone put the results and table from second league if someone have that kind of informations.
    I have a list of participants of "Medrepubliška Liga" at 1986-87 and some game results of Cinkarna Celje from the same season.
    Partial table (place and points) for "Druga liga" at 1978-79
    Partial list of participants for 1977-78 (don't know real name of league - maybe "Druga Liga", maybe "Medrepubliška Liga" and maybe both names were equal)
    and participants list for 1973-74 (as "Druga Liga")
    I can publish a list of game results for 1986-87 if you want!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rabbit View Post
    I have a list of participants of "Medrepubliška Liga" at 1986-87 and some game results of Cinkarna Celje from the same season.
    Partial table (place and points) for "Druga liga" at 1978-79
    Partial list of participants for 1977-78 (don't know real name of league - maybe "Druga Liga", maybe "Medrepubliška Liga" and maybe both names were equal)
    and participants list for 1973-74 (as "Druga Liga")
    I can publish a list of game results for 1986-87 if you want!
    Thanks Rabbit. Please publish the list from 1986/1987

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    Great job Rabbit. Tnx for publishing that that "longe gone and forgotten" data

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nik Pasic View Post
    Great job Rabbit. Tnx for publishing that that "longe gone and forgotten" data
    I don't want such subjects will be forgotten!!!! ))))

    partizanhk, all I could find at the Celje newspapers:

    1986-87 Medrepubliška Liga
    1 tour ??.10.1986 Cinkarna – Tivoli 9:0 (1:0, 4:0, 4:0)
    2 tour ??.11.1986 Cinkarna – Triglav 8:2 (2:1, 3:1, 3:0)
    3 tour 22.11.1986 Tivoli – Cinkarna 3:4 (1:1, 2:2, 0:1)
    4 tour ?
    5 tour ??.12.1986 Cinkarna – Mladost 19:1 (5:0, 9:0, 5:1)
    6 tour 06.12.1986 Cinkarna INA Sisak ?
    7 tour ??.12.1986 Triglav – Cinkarna 3:7 (0:0, 0:5, 3:2)
    8 tour 20.12.1986 Tivoli – Cinkarna 3:11 (2:1, 0:4, 1:6)
    9 tour ??.12.1986 Mladost – Cinkarna ?
    10 tour ?
    11 tour ??.01.1987 Slavija – Cinkarna 1:5 (0:2, 1:1, 0:2)
    12 tour ??.01.1987 Cinkarna – Triglav 6:0 (1:0, 3:0, 2:0)
    13 tour 21.01.1987 Tivoli – Cinkarna ?
    14 tour 24.01.1987 Cinkarna – Mladost 14:1 (5:0, 5:1, 4:0)
    15 tour 31.01.1987 INA Sisak – Cinkarna 4:14 (1:2, 1:6, 2:4)
    16 tour 07.02.1987 Triglav – Cinkarna 4:11 (2:4, 1:4, 1:3)
    17 tour 14.02.1987 Cinkarna – Tivoli ?
    18 tour ??.02.1987 Cinkarna – Slavija 14:4 (6:0, 6:1, 2:3)
    19 tour 18.02.1987 Mladost – Cinkarna ?
    20 tour 21.02.1987 Cinkarna – INA Sisak 7:2 (4:2, 2:0, 1:0)

    Cinkarna Celje won all 20 games

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    A little correction. Proper name of Ljubljana's team was "Prevoje".

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    Drax, Celje newspapers wrote "Tivoli"

    celje.JPG

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    Rabbit please give me your email on PM :)

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    Tivoli was Olimpija's farm team. Prevoje was different club that folded by the late eighties.

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    As we already talk about "Međurepublička liga" interesting is that Bogo Jan (3 Olympics, 15 WC's) and his brother Milan both played for Sisak in 1978/1979. season. Bogo also served as coach. :)

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    Hello everyone,

    I noticed you were searching from second league table 1986/87.
    You can find this table here :
    http://www.passionhockey.com/hockeya...slavie1987.htm

    I would be interested by (first) league table from 1977/78 : does someone have this (or access to newspapers to search for this) ?
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    Marc,

    League Table for 1977/78

    Final Ranking


    Place Team Games W T L Goals + Goals - Points Goals +/-

    1. HK Jesenice 18 15 0 3 193 62 30 131 +
    2. HK Olimpija Ljubljana 18 13 0 5 106 64 26 42 +
    3. HK Medvescak Zagreb 18 5 2 11 66 104 12 38 -
    4. HK Kranjska Gora 18 1 2 15 50 185 4 135 -

    Best scorer (goals/assists/points)

    Kosir Tomaz HK Jesenice 34 27 61
    Poljansek Silvo HK Jesenice 25 13 38
    Pavlic Uros HK Jesenice 21 11 32
    Petak Janez HK Olimpija Ljubljana 19 12 31
    Kosir Saso HK Jesenice 19 5 24
    Suvak Zvone HK Jesenice 16 8 24
    Kurat Srdjan HK Olimpija Ljubljana 17 3 20
    Sinovec Hrvoje HK Medvescak Zagreb 12 7 19
    Safar Dabor HK Medvescak Zagreb 12 3 15
    Lepsa Tomaz HK Olimpija Ljubljana 8 7 15
    Golja Branko HK Kranjska Gora 9 4 13
    Sekelj Matjaz HK Olimpija Ljubljana 8 5 13
    Savic Drago HK Olimpija Ljubljana 8 5 13
    Lah Marjan HK Kranjska Gora 7 5 12
    Vitasovic Zdenko HK Medvescak Zagreb 7 3 10
    Razpet Bojan HK Kranjska Gora 6 4 10
    Pirker Miro HK Medvescak Zagreb 8 0 8
    Pajic Murajica HK Kranjska Gora 7 0 7
    Horvat Miha HK Kranjska Gora 7 0 7
    Marusa Davor HK Medvescak Zagreb 5 1 6
    Cheers, Franco

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    Quote Originally Posted by Franco View Post
    Marc,

    League Table for 1977/78

    Final Ranking


    Place Team Games W T L Goals + Goals - Points Goals +/-

    1. HK Jesenice 18 15 0 3 193 62 30 131 +
    2. HK Olimpija Ljubljana 18 13 0 5 106 64 26 42 +
    3. HK Medvescak Zagreb 18 5 2 11 66 104 12 38 -
    4. HK Kranjska Gora 18 1 2 15 50 185 4 135 -

    Best scorer (goals/assists/points)

    Kosir Tomaz HK Jesenice 34 27 61
    Poljansek Silvo HK Jesenice 25 13 38
    Pavlic Uros HK Jesenice 21 11 32
    Petak Janez HK Olimpija Ljubljana 19 12 31
    Kosir Saso HK Jesenice 19 5 24
    Suvak Zvone HK Jesenice 16 8 24
    Kurat Srdjan HK Olimpija Ljubljana 17 3 20
    Sinovec Hrvoje HK Medvescak Zagreb 12 7 19
    Safar Dabor HK Medvescak Zagreb 12 3 15
    Lepsa Tomaz HK Olimpija Ljubljana 8 7 15
    Golja Branko HK Kranjska Gora 9 4 13
    Sekelj Matjaz HK Olimpija Ljubljana 8 5 13
    Savic Drago HK Olimpija Ljubljana 8 5 13
    Lah Marjan HK Kranjska Gora 7 5 12
    Vitasovic Zdenko HK Medvescak Zagreb 7 3 10
    Razpet Bojan HK Kranjska Gora 6 4 10
    Pirker Miro HK Medvescak Zagreb 8 0 8
    Pajic Murajica HK Kranjska Gora 7 0 7
    Horvat Miha HK Kranjska Gora 7 0 7
    Marusa Davor HK Medvescak Zagreb 5 1 6


    You do have asists ???? :D Please, can you list me all medvescak players with their points ? I do have goals, but unfortunaetly our newspapers back then didnt recorded asists :(

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc View Post
    Hello everyone,

    I noticed you were searching from second league table 1986/87.
    You can find this table here :
    http://www.passionhockey.com/hockeya...slavie1987.htm

    I would be interested by (first) league table from 1977/78 : does someone have this (or access to newspapers to search for this) ?
    If you are interested I do have tables for seasons before 77/78, and I do have Medvescak players stats (ONLY GOALS :( )

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