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In the 1994-95 NHL season, 48 hat tricks were scored in the lockout-shortened season of 624 games and 7 were scored in the 81 games of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Overall, the Quebec Nordiques and the Philadelphia Flyers each scored 7 to lead all teams, while John Leclair, Eric Lindros, Bernie Nicholls and Owen Nolan each scored 3 to lead all skaters.

Regular SeasonEdit

Player Team Date Score and Opponent
Cam NeelyBostonJanuary 22, 19954-1 vs. Philadelphia
Ray SheppardDetroitJanuary 24, 19956-3 vs. Vancouver
Adam GravesN.Y. RangersJanuary 30, 19956-2 vs. Ottawa
Josef BeranekPhiladelphiaFebruary 2, 19954-5 vs. N.Y. Islanders
Brett HullSt. LouisFebruary 4, 19957-4 vs. Dallas
German TitovCalgaryFebruary 4, 19954-1 vs. Toronto
Rick TocchetLos AngelesFebruary 4, 19954-3 vs. Detroit
Bernie Nicholls (4 goals)ChicagoFebruary 5, 19959-4 at Los Angeles
Wendel ClarkQuebecFebruary 9, 19954-3 at Boston
Alexei ZhamnovWinnipegFebruary 11, 19953-2 at St. Louis
Sergei Fedorov (4 goals)DetroitFebruary 12, 19954-4 at Los Angeles
Jaromir JagrPittsburghFebruary 14, 19955-3 vs. Boston
John LeclairPhiladelphiaFebruary 14, 19955-2 at Tampa Bay
Geoff Sanderson (natural)HartfordFebruary 15, 19954-1 vs. Montreal
Luc Robitaille (4 goals)PittsburghFebruary 16, 19955-2 vs. Hartford
Eric LindrosPhiladelphiaFebruary 23, 19956-6 at Quebec
Alexei YashinOttawaFebruary 23, 19955-5 vs. Washington
John LeclairPhiladelphiaFebruary 25, 19957-0 at Montreal
Bernie Nicholls (4 goals)ChicagoFebruary 28, 19958-4 at Los Angeles
Uwe KruppQuebecMarch 1, 19958-2 vs. Tampa Bay
Brian NoonanN.Y. RangersMarch 1, 19955-2 at N.Y. Rangers
Bryan SmolinskiBostonMarch 2, 19957-2 vs. New Jersey
Owen NolanQuebecMarch 6, 19956-3 vs. New Jersey
Ronnie SternCalgaryMarch 12, 19954-4 at Dallas
Eric LindrosPhiladelphiaMarch 18, 19953-1 at Florida
Jason ArnottEdmontonMarch 20, 19955-2 vs. Calgary
Eric LindrosPhiladelphiaMarch 20, 19958-4 vs. Montreal
Bernie NichollsChicagoMarch 21, 19957-3 at San Jose
David Oliver (natural)EdmontonMarch 22, 19954-4 at Dallas
Alexandre DaigleOttawaMarch 26, 19954-11 vs. Quebec
Scott YoungQuebecMarch 26, 199511-4 at Ottawa
Nelson EmersonWinnipegMarch 28, 19955-6 at San Jose
Steven RiceHartfordMarch 29, 19954-4 at Florida
Donald AudetteBuffaloMarch 30, 19957-0 vs. Ottawa
Owen NolanQuebecMarch 30, 19955-4 at N.Y. Rangers
Alexei Zhamnov (5 goals)WinnipegApril 1, 19957-7 at Los Angeles
Owen NolanQuebecApril 2, 19957-5 vs. Ottawa
Tony GranatoLos AngelesApril 3, 19957-2 vs. Edmonton
Steve LaroucheOttawaApril 3, 19955-4 vs. Montreal
Igor ChibirevHartfordApril 5, 19958-4 at Pittsburgh
Joe NieuwendykCalgaryApril 10, 19958-3 vs. San Jose
Pavel BureVancouverApril 11, 19955-0 vs. Anaheim
Brett Hull (4 goals)St. LouisApril 16, 19956-5 vs. Detroit
Pierre TurgeonMontrealApril 17, 19955-2 vs. Washington
Peter Bondra (natural)WashingtonApril 21, 19956-3 vs. Hartford
Russ CourtnallVancouverApril 22, 19956-1 vs. Edmonton
Todd HarveyDallasApril 22, 19956-4 vs. Toronto
Cam NeelyBostonApril 23, 19955-4 vs. N.Y. Rangers

PlayoffsEdit

Player Team Date Score and Opponent
Joe SakicQuebecMay 6, 19954-2 vs. N.Y. Rangers
Dino CiccarelliDetroitMay 11, 19955-1 at Dallas
Mike SullivanCalgaryMay 11, 19959-2 at San Jose
Brendan Shanahan (natural)St. LouisMay 13, 19955-2 at Vancouver
Theoren Fleury (4 goals)CalgaryMay 13, 19956-4 at San Jose
John LeclairPhiladelphiaMay 21, 19955-4 vs. N.Y. Rangers
Brian LeetchN.Y. RangersMay 22, 19953-4 vs. Philadelphia

See AlsoEdit

Hat trick

ReferencesEdit

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