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Natalie Spooner has long represented Canada in hockey, and has now joined the Scotiabank® Road Hockey to Conquer Cancer team!

Natalie Spooner was just 17 years old when she joined the Canadian National Women’s Ice Hockey Team, and was a point-a-game player in the 2007 Under-18 Tournament. The next year, she increased her productivity, collecting 10 points as Canada earned a silver medal at the U-18 Tournament. While playing at Ohio State, Natalie was the school’s Most Valuable Offensive Player in 2008-09 and 2009-10. Returning to the National program, Natalie and Team Canada collected silver medals at the World Championships in 2011, 2013, 2015, and 2016, while taking gold in 2012. Natalie proudly accepted an Olympic gold medal after Team Canada’s victory at the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi. That same year, she and her Toronto Furies teammates also claimed the Clarkson Cup as CWHL champions. It was quite a year: she and Meaghan Mikkelson competed together in The Amazing Race Canada and finished in second place.