The Gordon Renwick Cup is the Senior "AAA" Central Canada ice hockey championship. The winning of this trophy earns the champion the right to compete in the Allan Cup, the national Senior 'AAA' Championship.
The Renwick Cup dates back to at least 1990. Originally, the Renwick Cup championship was followed by an Eastern Canada Championship known as the Bolton Cup, but in recent years that championship has been dropped in favor of the round robin format at the Allan Cup.
The championship is played between the champions of the Ontario Hockey Federation (OHF) and Hockey Northwestern Ontario (HNO). The OHF champion is determined by the winner of the Allan Cup Hockey league in Southern Ontario. The HNO championship is determined by playoffs amongst teams from larger towns in northwestern Ontario like Thunder Bay, Kenora, and Fort Frances. In some years, HNO has not submitted a champion or been given its own spot in the Allan Cup when another region has withdrawn.
In 2016, the Renwick Cup was not competed for, due to the folding of the Kenora Thistles.
- 2015 Dundas Real McCoys
- 2014 Dundas Real McCoys
- 2013 Kenora Thistles
- 2012 Kenora Thistles
- 2011 Fort Frances Thunderhawks
- 2010 Dundas Real McCoys
- 2009 No Champion
- 2008 Dundas Real McCoys
- 2007 Whitby Dunlops
- 2006 Whitby Dunlops
- 2005 Thunder Bay Bombers
- 2004 Aylmer Blues
- 2003 Cambridge Hornets
- 2002 St-Georges Garaga*
- 2001 Dundas Real McCoys*
- 2000 St-Georges Garaga*
- 1999 London MacMaster Chevys*
- 1998 London Admirals*
- 1997 Bothwell Bullets
- 1996 Ohsweken Riverhawks
(*) Denotes winner of Bolton Cup as Eastern Canadian Champions.
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