The British Columbia Hockey League playoff champions are awarded The Fred Page Cup (left).
From 1962 - 1995 the League Champions were awarded the Nat Bailey Cup. The trophy was donated by Nat Bailey, the owner of the White Spot Restaurants.
The Nat Bailey Trophy was renamed from 1996 to 1998, as a result of a major sponsor, to the Subway Cup.
The Champions are currently decided by a best-of-seven game series between the Coastal Conference Champions and the Interior Conference Champions. It must be noted however that in the past this series has been decided by a best-of-five, round-robin, a 10-point system and has been stopped mid-series. Also, in 1987 the series ended 5-0 (according to the 2006-07 BCHL year book, maybe be a printing error ??).
The Coastal Conference Champions are awarded the Cliff McNabb Trophy (left) and the Interior Conference Champions are awarded the Ryan Hatfield Trophy (right).
The Coastal Division/Conference Champions are awarded the Cliff McNabb Memorial Trophy, the Interior Division/Conference Champions are awarded the Ryan Hatfield Memorial Trophy and the Mainland Division Champions are awarded the Mainland Trophy. You can find the winners on the Awards Page.
League Champions are awarded the Nat Bailey Cup.
In 1996 to 1998 Subway became the official sponsor of the championship and the Nat Bailey Trophy was called the Subway Cup and was presented to the team winning the League playoff championship.
For the 1999 playoffs the Subway Cup (Nat Bailey Trophy) was replaced by the Fred Page Cup.