Whether she’s got a puck or a ring flying in her direction, Megan Spooner usually makes the save.
Spooner is an elite-level goaltender in both hockey and ringette. In hockey, she was on Team B.C. for the 2008 National Aboriginal championships and backstopped the squad to a bronze medal. She had two shutouts in the tournament, including a 2-0 blanking of Quebec in the game for bronze. Spooner is involved in the B.C. Hockey High Performance program, which prepares players for possible Team Canada participation.
In ringette, Spooner was chosen to play for Team B.C. at the 2009 nationals, held in Charlottetown. She was one of only two Prince George players on the club and was its starting goaltender. Against tough competition, B.C. went 1-6.