The Montreal Hockey Club of Montreal, Quebec, Canada was a senior-level men's amateur Ice Hockey club, organized in 1884. They were affiliated with Montreal Amateur Athletic Association (MAAA) and used the MAAA 'winged wheel' logo.
The team is notable for winning the first Stanley Cup in 1893.
The team played in several early Ice Hockey leagues, including the Amateur Hockey Association of Canada (AHAC) from 1886 until 1898, winning its championship seven times.
The club would be a founding member of the Montreal-based Amateur Hockey Association of Canada (AHAC) in 1886. The team held the Amateur Hockey Association title from 1888 until 1894.
The Dominion Hockey Challenge Cup, or The Stanley Cup, as it would later be known, was to be presented to the Montreal Hockey Club on May 15, 1893, as its initial champions.