The Doyle Cup was a championship ice hockey trophy, won through a best-of-7 series, conducted by the Canadian Junior Hockey League. The series was played between the Fred Page Cup champions of the British Columbia Hockey League and the Enerflex Cup champions of the Alberta Junior Hockey League. The winner of the Doyle Cup moved on to compete for the Royal Bank Cup, the Junior "A" National Championship. The Doyle Cup was donated by a Penticton, British Columbia businessman named Pete Doyle in 1984 to better define the British Columbia/Alberta Championship that had been running since 1962.
The Doyle Cup Champion had traditionally been played against the Anavet Cup Champion at the Royal Bank Cup for the Western Canadian Championship, the Abbott Cup. However, with the reorganization of Junior A hockey in Canada, the Abbott Cup had diminished in importance. The last Abbott Cup champion was crowned in 1999, with the trophy being retired.
- The BCHL was known as the BCJHL until 1990
- Also in 1976, 1977, and 1979 a PCJHL champion defeated the BCJHL champion at the Mowatt Cup to advance to this round.
- Bolded are the champions.
Alberta/British Columbia Junior "A" Championship (1962-70)
Prior to the 1970-71 season, the winner of this series was a part of the Memorial Cup playoffs.
- 1970 Not Contested*
- 1969 Lethbridge Sugar Kings (AJHL)
- 1968 Penticton Broncos (BCJHL)
- 1967 New Westminster Royals (PCJHL)
- 1966 Edmonton Oil Kings (AJHL)
- 1965 Edmonton Oil Kings (AJHL)
- 1964 Edmonton Oil Kings (AJHL)
- 1963 Edmonton Oil Kings (AJHL)
- 1962 Edmonton Oil Kings (AJHL)
(*) The AJHL Champion did not challenge the BCJHL Champion for the right to appear in the Abbott Cup.