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Uploaded By: PRESIDENT on November 19th, 2015

Canadian Intercollegiate Championship Cup
The Queen's Cup

The first Intercollegiate game was played at Kingston, January 16, 1903, when the Rev. Dr. Gordon, Principal of Queen's, skated down the ice and placed the puck, thus starting the first Senior game of the Intercollegiate series. Score 7 to 1 for Queen's. In this connection it is remembered that the Queen's University Hockey Club on that occasion presented the handsome silver trophy known as "The Queen's Cup" for annual competition in Senior Intercollegiate Hockey. McGill University won the first championship of the new Union.

Champions
1903 - McGill University
1904 - Queen's University
1905 - McGill University
1906 - Queen's University
1907 - University of Toronto
1908 - University of Toronto
1909 - Queen's University
1910 - Queen's University
1911 - University of Toronto
1912 - McGill University
1913 - University of Toronto
1914 - Queen's University
1915 - University of Toronto
1916 to 1919 - War Years
1920 - University of Toronto
1921 - University of Toronto
1922 - University of Toronto
1923 - University of Toronto
1924 - University of Toronto
1925 - University of Toronto
1926 - University of Toronto
1927 - University of Toronto
1928 - University of Toronto
1929 - University of Toronto
1930 - McGill University
1931 - McGill University
1932 - University of Toronto
1933 - McGill University
1934 - McGill University
1935 - McGill University
1936 - McGill University
1937 - McGill University
1938 - McGill University
1939 - McGill University
1940 - University of Toronto
1941 - War Years

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Photo of trophy taken by William Notman & Son in 1929

Sourced from www.mccord-museum.qc.ca. Credited to William Notman & Son.

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