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Nat Spooner

  • Forward

Player Profile

The first player to debut on the Canadian National Women’s Team, the National Women’s Under-22 Team and its Under-18 Team, Natalie Spooner’s career has been notable since its inception. In 2012 she was drafted by the CWHL’s Toronto Furies, after which she became the first woman in hockey history to earn a gold medal in the Winter Olympic Games and Clarkson Cup within the same year (2014). She then went on to become the all-time leading points scorer in Furies history in the 2016-17 CWHL season, before taking home a second Olympic medal (silver) from the 2018 Winter Olympic Games. Treasured for her agile skills and passion for the game, Natalie has proven herself a valuable asset to her team members and league.

Height

Weight

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Born

Home Town

5' 8"

176 LBS

Right

17/10/90

Scarborough, Ontario, CAN

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