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The 1988–89 Eredivisie season was the 29th season of the Eredivisie, the top level of ice hockey in the Netherlands. Eight teams participated in the league, and the Rotterdam Panda's won the championship.

The first round was played as the Dutch Cup. The teams earned bonus points according to their finish in the competition. The top six advanced to the final round.

Final roundEdit

Club GP W T L GF GA Pts (Bonus)
1. Rotterdam Panda’s 10 7 0 3 65 46 19(5)
2. Nijmegen Tigers 10 5 0 5 45 44 16(6)
3. Eaters Geleen 10 6 1 3 55 48 16(3)
4. Tilburg Trappers 10 5 1 4 59 47 13(2)
5. Heerenveen Flyers 10 4 1 5 49 44 13(4)
6. Amstel Tijgers Amsterdam 10 1 1 6 30 74 4(1)

PlayoffsEdit

  Semifinals Final
             
 Rotterdam Panda’s 2  
 Tilburg Trappers 1  
 
     Rotterdam Panda’s 3
   Eaters Geleen 2
 
 
3rd place
 Nijmegen Tigers 0  not held  
 Eaters Geleen 2      

Promotion/RelegationEdit

Club GP W T L GF GA Pts
1. S.IJ. Den Bosch 12 8 2 2 83 63 18
2. Groningen Grizzlies 12 5 3 4 52 56 13
3. Utrecht Rheem Racers 12 6 0 6 75 68 12
4. IJ.H.C. Assen 12 2 1 9 66 89 5

External linksEdit

Eredivisie seasons
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