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2013-14 Eredivisie Season
League Eredivisie (ice hockey)
Sport Ice hockey
Duration 30 September 2013 -
Number of teams 7
Regular season
First place DESTIL Trappers Tilburg
National Championships
Champions DESTIL Trappers Tilburg
Eredivisie seasons

The 2013–14 Eredivisie season is the 54th season of the Eredivisie ice hockey league. Six Dutch teams and one Belgian team are taking part in the season.

In the months following the 2012-2013 season, the Amsterdam G's dropped out of the league after a troubled year financially and a last-place record. The Dordrecht Lions, perennial competitors in the Dutch amateur level "First Division" (Eerste Divisie) joined the league to bring the total number of teams back to seven.

The traditional first game (known as the "Ron Berteling Bowl"), was played on 30 September between the winner of the Dutch Cup and the winner of the Dutch championship from the previous year. The 7-team, 36-game regular season will be followed by a playoff of the top 4 teams (a best-of five semi-final and a best-of-five final).

Regular season

Club GP W OTW OTL L GF GA Pts
1. [[Image:{{{flag alias-#}}}|22x20px|border|Flag of Netherlands]] DESTIL Trappers Tilburg 36 30 2 0 4 216 64 64
2. [[Image:{{{flag alias-#}}}|22x20px|border|Flag of Netherlands]] HYS The Hague 36 25 1 5 5 215 106 57
3. [[Image:{{{flag alias-#}}}|22x20px|border|Flag of Netherlands]] UNIS Flyers Heerenveen 36 23 3 1 9 168 81 53
4. [[Image:{{{flag alias-#}}}|22x20px|border|Flag of Belgium]] HYC Herentals 36 14 2 3 17 159 181 55
5. [[Image:{{{flag alias-#}}}|22x20px|border|Flag of Netherlands]] Dordrecht Lions 36 15 1 0 20 153 192 32
6. [[Image:{{{flag alias-#}}}|22x20px|border|Flag of Netherlands]] Noptra Eaters Geleen 36 6 0 2 28 86 256 12*
7. [[Image:{{{flag alias-#}}}|22x20px|border|Flag of Netherlands]] Eindhoven Kemphanen 36 2 2 0 32 91 208 8

(*) The Noptra Eaters Geleen had two points deducted.

Playoffs

Semifinals Final
      
1 DESTIL Trappers Tilburg 4
4 HYC Herentals 1
1 DESTIL Trappers Tilburg 4
2 HYS The Hague 2
2 HYS The Hague 4
3 UNIS Flyers Heerenveen 3

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