The term "hat trick" was first used in 1858 to describe the accomplishment of H. H. Stephenson; taking three wickets in three consecutive balls. A collection was made, as per tradition for an outstanding achievement by a sportsman, and a hat bought with the proceeds was presented to him. While not the first to do this, it is the first recorded instance of such an performance being called a hat trick.
Because a double hat trick is really just 6 goals, then technically, yes. But there is not actually a double hat trick, it is just a made up term.
Scoring three goals in an ice hockey game is called a hat trick (or hat-trick) , from its original use in cricket (three wickets on three deliveries). The slang term is applied in other sports such as soccer, and in other activities as well.
Hat Trick Productions was created in 1986.
Hat Trick started as a cricket term used to describe a bowler who took three consecutive wickets. The term is now used in other games and is often applied in soccer to a player who scores three goals in one match.
When an individual scores 3 goals in a game it is called a "hat trick". The term stems from Cricket, when in 1858, HH Stephenson took three straight wickets on three deliveries. A collection was taken in a hat and Stephenson was presented with what was collected. The term stuck and has been used in numerous other sports, including soccer (football).
It is not an official baseball term but I've heard announcers use "hat trick" to describe a player who struck out 3 times in a single game and for players who have gotten 3 homeruns in a single game.
Hat Trick - video game - happened in 1990.
Hat Trick - video game - was created in 1990.
Hat Trick - album - was created on 1973-07-12.
You don't get the hat back.
A hat-trick.The term "hat-trick" is also applied to other feats involving three successes. The original bowler to take three wickets with successive deliveries was HH Stephenson in 1958. A collection was arranged among the spectators, and the player was presented with a hat bought with the money.