Ladislav Lubina (born February 11, 1967) is former Czech ice hockey player and currently ice hockey coach. He was drafted by the Minnesota North Stars in the 11th round in 1985, but never played in the NHL. Lubina played in Czechoslovakia (Czech republic), Finland, Germany and Switzerland.
Lubina played on 1992 Bronze Medal winning Olympic ice hockey team for Czechoslovakia. He also played in the 1990, 1991, 1992 and 1998 IIHF Men's World Championships and 1987 Canada Cup for the same team.
Czechoslovak and Czech ice hockey competitions
He started to play ice hockey on high level in town of Hradec Králové, then he came to HC Pardubice in 1984–85 and spent over 20 seasons in Czech Extraliga (Czechoslovak). He played mostly for HC Pardubice, but also played for Dukla Jihlava and HC Oceláři Třinec. Lubina was the top league scorer in 1990–91, with 41 goals in 50 games. He left Extraliga in 2006, after a game between HC Pardubice and HC Slavia Praha. He is currently coaching HC Chrudim.
On May 11, 2009, Lubina was sentenced to two years probation for causing a tragic road accident, escaping and not providing first aid.