The 2013 Donavan Cup Championship Series, also known as the 2013 Donavan Cup Finals or the 2013 DCCS was the 99th championship series for the Canadian Hockey League. The two teams that participated in the championship were the Eastern Conference champion London Settlers and the Western Conference champion Regina Reigns. The series was the first DCCS to be a best-out-of-seven; previously all of the series' were best-out-of-five. The Regina Reigns were named "CHL Champions" after defeating the Settlers, 4-3. Regina's team captain Bobby Stronghold was named the series MVP.

The 2013 DCCS was the third time in five seasons Regina had appeared in a DCCS, and was their first win since 1955.