This peak is striking when driving highway 40 from the south, as you approach the Opal campground on your left. I'm not 100% sure of the name - it only appears in the summit register and doesn't even seem to be proper French. "Needle" fits, but the "Spoon" part is questionable. I got the correct spelling from Sonny's trip report rather than the register which is incorrect.
[Update March 13 2015] - From an email sent to me from Graham Suffield:
I wrote the name in the register. A long time ago, 2002, when I was working and living in Kananaskis Country. I don't even remember now if I made it up myself or heard it somewhere? I think it was just me, but who knows. :) Anyhoo, an explanation of the name: From the South, it is a prominent pointy needle-like peak (that is why we all go up there). From the East it is broad and round, like the back of a spoon. Eau Claire campground is right below it, therefore the French.