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In the 1999-2000 NHL season, 53 hat tricks were scored during the 1,148-game regular season and 5 were scored in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Overall, the Edmonton Oilers led all teams in hat tricks with 7, while Pavel Bure led all skaters with 4.

Regular SeasonEdit

Player Team Date Score and Opponent
Jeff FriesenSan JoseOctober 4, 19997-1 vs. Chicago
Owen NolanSan JoseOctober 4, 19997-1 vs. Chicago
Alexei Morozov (natural)PittsburghOctober 7, 19997-5 at New Jersey
Luc RobitailleLos AngelesOctober 7, 19995-2 at Tampa Bay
Brian SavageMontrealOctober 8, 19994-1 at Calgary
Peter BondraWashingtonOctober 12, 19995-4 vs. Philadelphia
Brian SavageMontrealOctober 14, 19995-4 at Philadelphia
Glen MurrayLos AngelesOctober 16, 19994-5 at Edmonton
Dave Andreychuk (4 goals)BostonOctober 28, 19997-3 vs. Tampa Bay
Rob ValicevicNashvilleNovember 10, 19994-2 at Chicago
Alexander Selivanov (4 goals)EdmontonNovember 14, 19996-3 at Chicago
Dean SylvesterAtlantaNovember 22, 19996-3 vs. Vancouver
Jeremy RoenickPhoenixNovember 25, 19994-2 vs. New Jersey
Jaromir Jagr (natural)PittsburghNovember 26, 19995-0 vs. Ottawa
Jeremy RoenickPhoenixNovember 26, 19997-0 vs. Colorado
Teemu Selanne (natural)AnaheimNovember 26, 19994-2 at Dallas
Pierre TurgeonSt. LouisDecember 2, 19993-1 vs. Nashville
Michael Nylander (4 goals)ChicagoDecember 4, 19999-3 at Boston
Sandis OzolinshColoradoDecember 6, 19995-2 vs. Vancouver
Pavel BureFloridaDecember 8, 19996-1 at Phoenix
Eric LindrosPhiladelphiaDecember 9, 19994-2 vs. Toronto
Pavel BureFloridaDecember 17, 19994-2 at Buffalo
Nikolai AntropovTorontoDecember 20, 19996-4 at Florida
Mike EastwoodSt. LouisDecember 21, 19996-0 at Phoenix
Scott GomezNew JerseyDecember 26, 19993-3 at N.Y. Rangers
Jaromir JagrPittsburghDecember 30, 19999-3 vs. N.Y. Islanders
Pavel Bure (4 goals)FloridaJanuary 1, 20007-5 vs. Tampa Bay
Sergei GoncharWashingtonJanuary 4, 20006-1 vs. Montreal
Adam DeadmarshColoradoJanuary 5, 20004-0 vs. Calgary
Viktor KozlovFloridaJanuary 5, 20005-1 at Anaheim
Miroslav SatanBuffaloJanuary 8, 20007-4 at Ottawa
Petr NedvedN.Y. RangersJanuary 8, 20005-3 at Toronto
Petr NedvedN.Y. RangersJanuary 24, 20006-3 at Atlanta
Radek DvorakN.Y. RangersJanuary 31, 20005-1 vs. Nashville
Trevor LindenMontrealFebruary 8, 20004-5 vs. Edmonton
Jan HlavacN.Y. RangersFebruary 11, 20005-2 vs. Boston
Pavol DemitraSt. LouisFebruary 12, 20006-3 vs. Anaheim
Shjon PodeinColoradoFebruary 18, 20004-2 at N.Y. Rangers
Georges LaraqueEdmontonFebruary 21, 20006-3 vs. Los Angeles
Michael PecaBuffaloFebruary 25, 20003-6 vs. N.Y. Rangers
Petr NedvedN.Y. RangersFebruary 25, 20006-3 at Buffalo
Stephane RicherSt. LouisFebruary 25, 20004-2 vs. Colorado
Joe SakicColoradoMarch 7, 20008-3 at Calgary
Bates Battaglia (natural)CarolinaMarch 8, 20004-1 vs. Chicago
Tony AmonteChicagoMarch 12, 20004-1 at Tampa Bay
Ryan Smyth (natural)EdmontonMarch 13, 20003-0 at Atlanta
Boyd DevereauxEdmontonMarch 17, 20004-2 vs. Ottawa
Pavel BureFloridaMarch 18, 20004-2 at N.Y. Islanders
Joe SakicColoradoMarch 23, 20004-2 at Phoenix
Martin LapointeDetroitMarch 26, 20008-2 vs. N.Y. Rangers
Marc Savard (4 goals)CalgaryApril 5, 20005-6 at St. Louis
Alexander SelivanovEdmontonApril 8, 20006-3 at Calgary
Mariusz Czerkawski (natural)N.Y. IslandersApril 9, 20003-2 vs. Florida

PlayoffsEdit

Player Team Date Score and Opponent
Martin LapointeDetroitApril 15, 20008-5 vs. Los Angeles
Doug WeightEdmontonApril 16, 20005-2 vs. Dallas
Bill GuerinEdmontonApril 18, 20003-4 vs. Dallas
Scott YoungSt. LouisApril 23, 20006-2 at San Jose
Andy DelmorePhiladelphiaMay 7, 20006-3 vs. Pittsburgh

See AlsoEdit

Hat trick

ReferencesEdit

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