Netminder Red Spooner played one game for the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1929-30. He was best known as a solid performer in the Thunder Bay senior league.
Born in Port Arthur, Ontario Spooner began his sojourn with the senior Bearcats then moved on to the Fort William Forts for two seasons. On January 18, 1930 he replaced injured starter Joe Miller in the Pittsburgh net during a 6-5 loss to the New York Rangers. Following his NHL cameo, Spooner returned home and played three years with the Port Arthur Ports before retiring in 1933.