A playmaker in hockey is when one single player gets three assists in one game. If you don't know what an assist is, it is when a player passes the puck to another player on their team and then that person scores.
In the NHL, Wayne Gretzky with 92 in the 1981-82 season.
Officially, 3 goals by a single player in one game is called a hat trick. 6 goals by a single player can be considered a double hat trick, though it is a feat that is rarely accomplished in professional ice hockey.
A quadruple single is when a player records at least one basket, one rebound, one assist, and one block or steal in a single game.
Scott skiles had 30 assist in 1990 against the nuggets
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The most goals scored in a single hockey game by a player was 7 goals. This record is held by Joe Malone. He scored 7 goals on January 31st 1920 while playing for the Hamilton tigers.
The NHL single season assists record is held by Wayne Gretzky who had 163 assists in the 1985-1986 season.