2010–11 North Sea Cup
League North Sea Cup
Sport Ice hockey
Duration November 5 - March 30
Regular season
Season champions HYS The Hague
  Runners-up Tilburg Trappers
Top scorer Phil Aucoin (HYS The Hague)
National Championships
[[|National Championships]] champions Dutch: HYS The Hague ; Belgian: White Caps Turnhout
  Runners-up Dutch: Tilburg Trappers ; Belgian: HYC Herentals

The 2010-2011 North Sea Cup was the inaugural season of the North Sea Cup, which succeeded the Dutch Eredivisie as the highest level of ice hockey competition in the Netherlands. Two former Belgian Elite Series teams, HYC Herentals and White Caps Turnhout, participated with the six remaining teams of the Dutch Eredivisie after Amstel Tijgers and Groningen Grizzlies dropped out before the season began and the new Zoetermeer Panthers team dropped out at the beginning of the season.

The 8-team, 28-game regular season ended with HYS The Hague finishing first overall, while the two Belgian teams struggled initially and finished seventh and eighth. The six Dutch teams participated in the Dutch National Championships with HYS The Hague winning the championship over Tilburg Trappers. The two Belgian teams, as the only teams playing in the top league sanctioned by the Royal Belgian Ice Hockey Federation, played their own series against each other to determine the Belgian champion, with Turnhout beating Herentals.

Regular seasonEdit

HYS The Hague 28 23 0 0 5 194 79 69
Tilburg Trappers 28 19 0 1 8 120 70 58
Heerenveen Flyers 28 15 4 0 9 118 105 53
Nijmegen Devils 28 16 1 1 10 133 115 51
Eindhoven Kemphanen 28 11 2 2 13 109 106 39
Geleen Eaters 28 10 2 2 14 105 127 36
White Caps Turnhout 28 5 0 1 22 76 146 16
HYC Herentals 28 4 0 2 22 89 188 14


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