The Savage Cup is the trophy that is awarded to British Columbia’s Senior Ice Hockey Champions.
Victoria lumber merchant, James M. Savage, and the Canadian Colliers Hockey Club, donated the Savage Cup, "for competition among the champion amateur Hockey clubs of British Columbia."
Ironically, Savage’s team would never win the cup he donated
At the outset, the competition was between the winners of the Vancouver and Victoria leagues, but the trophy soon became the true representation of the amateur Hockey championship of British Columbia.
This trophy was first presented in 1912-13 season to the ice Hockey team fielded by the Vancouver Rowing Club