The Ray Miron President's Cup is the championship trophy of the Central Hockey League. It is named after co-founder of the league, Ray Miron, who with Bill Levins founded the CHL in 1992 under the concept of central ownership of all the teams. The Cup was named the Bill Levin's Cup after he died in the 90's, and after Miron's retirement in 2000 was renamed. In 2001, the CHL and the Western Professional Hockey League combined. The WPHL Championship trophy was named the President's Cup and when merged, the two leagues agreed to call the Cup the "Ray Miron President's Cup".

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