A hat trick
Joe Malone (7)
Any 3 goals, or more, scored by the same player in one hockey game is called a hat trick. Unofficially, 6 goals by the same player in one hockey game is called a double hat trick, but is a rarely accomplished feat in professional hockey.
Probably Darryl Sittler, since the question is posed in "Ice Hockey" category. Mr. Sittler scored 5 goals in a playoff game, and 6 goals and 4 assists in a regular season game for a 10 point total that has never been matched.
In hockey, a Mule Trick is five goals scored by the same player in one game.
Johan franzen scored 5 goals against the Ottawa senators in 2011
The most goals scored in a hockey ranks up to a 16-3 win for the Montreal Canadiens against the Quebec Bulldogs ( Quebec dos not have a NHL hockey team) on March the 3rd 1920
the total number of goals scored by both teams in the field -hockey game was 15.Julie's team scored 3/5 of the goals.Julie scored 1/3 of her team's goals. How many goals did Julie's team score?
MANY MANY players have scored 3 goals in a game. It's called a "hat trick."
There is no different name for a hat trick if it is scored in a single period. However, if during the course of a game one player scores 3 goals in a row without any other players scoring a goal during that span it is called a "natural hat trick."
The answer is 7 by Grant Mulvey on February 3rd, 1982. He scored 5 goals and had 2 assists that night.
the record for the top division is when Canada beat Denmark 47-0.
Australia. The 1960 Australian ice hockey team lost all 6 matches they played in. They were totally overmatched in the tournament as the fewest goals they gave up in a game was 11 and the most goals they scored in a game was 3.