Zlín defeated Třinec 4:3 in the best-of-seven semifinal series of the Czech hockey league playoffs on Thursday night to book a place in the final. Zlín scored the first goal of the game very early, and added another goal five minutes into the second period. The hosts Třinec equalized just two minutes later but Zlín scored their second goal just before the second intermission. The visitors then added two more goals with some ten minutes to go and Třinec were only able to narrow the gap but failed to take the game into overtime. Zlín, who advanced to the finals after eight years, will face Plzeň for the league title.
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