A hat trick
The amount of goals in a hockey match are very close to the amount of goals scored in Ice Hockey. It will often lie around 6 goals in total. The score of '4-2' or '3-2' will often pop up.
16 by Montreal Canadiens in 1920 vs the Quebec bulldogs who only scored 3.
In team standings, 'goals for' stands for the number of goals the team has scored and 'goals against' stands for the number of goals the team has allowed its opponents to score.
The record for goals in one season is Wayne Gretzky. The Great One scored 92 goals in the 82-83 season.
A "natural" hat trick occurs when a player scores three consecutive goals. The goals do not have to be scored in one period, but they cannot be interrupted by goals from the player's teammates or opponents.
During a hockey game years ago, after a player scored three goals, fans tossed hats onto the ice, and the phrase hat trick came to be.
After a goal is scored, the teams face-off at centre ice.
It's where you score three goals in hockey.
floor hockey is similar to ice hockey with same sized goals