Former Bonnyville PONTIAC and current Union College men's hockey junior forward Spencer Foo has been named as one of the 10 finalists for the Hobey Baker Memorial Award, given annually to college hockey's top player.
Foo paces Division I with a +31 rating and 15 game-winning points this season and ranks tied for second in multi-point games (19), third in points per game (1.64), tied for third in assists (35) and tied for fifth in goals (24). The Edmonton, Alberta native earned a share of the ECAC Hockey scoring title with 40 points, leading the league in assists (25), plus-minus (+20) and multi-point games (14) and is also a finalist for the league's Player of the Year Award. He finished tied for second in the conference with 15 goals and two shorthanded goals and tied for third with three game winners. This season, he became the 14th 100-point scorer in Union's Division I era and set a program record with a 21-game point streak (14G-24A). Foo also sits tied for 11th among Division I forwards with 40 blocked shots. An ecomomics major, Foo has a 3.42 cumulative grade point average and has twice earned ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team honors.
You can vote for Spencer Foo from March 16-March 26 at www.hobeybaker.com/vote.
Spencer FOO in his final year with the PONTIACS finished as the sixth-leading scorer in the Alberta Junior Hockey League. Spencer played 127 games with the Bonnyville PONTIACS from 2012 to 2014 and led the Bonnyville Pontiacs in scoring in 2013-14, scoring 40 goals and 27 assists for 67 points in 60 games.