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In the 2003-04 NHL season, 46 hat tricks were scored during the 1,230-game regular season and one was scored in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Overall, the Colorado Avalanche and Dallas Stars led all teams in hat tricks with 5 each, while Bill Guerin had 3 to lead all skaters.

Regular SeasonEdit

Player Team Date Score and Opponent
Ilya KovalchukAtlantaOctober 18, 20037-2 vs. Chicago
Peter ForsbergColoradoOctober 23, 20036-1 vs. Edmonton
Ilya KovalchukAtlantaOctober 23, 20034-2 vs. Nashville
Josef Vasicek (natural)CarolinaOctober 28, 20033-0 vs. San Jose
Bill GuerinDallasOctober 29, 20034-3 vs. Calgary
Doug WeightSt. LouisOctober 29, 20036-5 at Detroit
Alyn McCauleySan JoseNovember 1, 20036-2 at Florida
Bill GuerinDallasNovember 2, 20037-3 vs. Nashville
David VybornyColumbusNovember 7, 20034-2 vs. Atlanta
Vincent LecavalierTampa BayNovember 8, 20039-0 vs. Pittsburgh
Robert LangWashingtonNovember 12, 20037-1 vs. Carolina
Matthew LombardiCalgaryNovember 12, 20036-2 at Chicago
Ladislav NagyPhoenixNovember 27, 20036-4 vs. Los Angeles
Peter BondraWashingtonNovember 29, 20035-3 at Columbus
Brendan MorrisonVancouverNovember 29, 20034-4 at Calgary
Vladimir OrszaghNashvilleNovember 29, 20034-1 vs. Buffalo
Radim VrbataCarolinaNovember 29, 20034-3 vs. Pittsburgh
Shean DonovanCalgaryDecember 7, 20036-1 vs. Pittsburgh
Markus Naslund (4 goals)VancouverDecember 9, 20034-3 vs. Pittsburgh
Sheldon SourayMontrealDecember 18, 20035-4 vs. Nashville
Joe SakicColoradoDecember 20, 20033-3 vs. Columbus
Scott WalkerNashvilleDecember 22, 20033-3 vs. Phoenix
Maxim AfinogenovBuffaloDecember 31, 20037-1 vs. Washington
Miroslav SatanBuffaloDecember 31, 20037-1 vs. Washington
Fredrik Modin (natural)Tampa BayJanuary 3, 20046-1 vs. Philadelphia
Martin St. LouisTampa BayJanuary 15, 20045-4 vs. Carolina
Jeff O'NeillCarolinaJanuary 16, 20044-3 at Atlanta
Alex TanguayColoradoJanuary 21, 20046-5 at Florida
Vaclav ProspalAnaheimJanuary 23, 20046-2 vs. Minnesota
Martin St. LouisTampa BayJanuary 24, 20046-2 at Calgary
Brendan MorrowDallasJanuary 31, 20045-4 at Phoenix
Glen Murray (natural)BostonFebruary 1, 20044-1 vs. Pittsburgh
Jarome IginlaCalgaryFebruary 3, 20044-4 vs. Los Angeles
Miroslav Satan (4 goals)BuffaloFebruary 16, 20047-2 vs. Atlanta
Marian GaborikMinnesotaFebruary 17, 20044-4 at New Jersey
Steve SullivanNashvilleFebruary 18, 20047-3 vs. San Jose
Jason ArnottDallasFebruary 20, 20045-1 vs. Colorado
Martin HavlatOttawaFebruary 22, 20046-3 at Pittsburgh
Daniel Sedin (4 goals)VancouverFebruary 24, 20044-2 vs. Detroit
Bill GuerinDallasMarch 3, 20044-2 vs. Columbus
Joe SakicColoradoMarch 3, 20045-5 vs. Vancouver
Milan HejdukColoradoMarch 8, 20049-2 at Vancouver
Brendan ShanahanDetroitMarch 14, 20043-2 vs. Nashville
Marian GaborikMinnesotaMarch 16, 20045-2 vs. Ottawa
Tyler ArnasonChicagoMarch 19, 20044-3 vs. Vancouver
Jason BlakeN.Y. IslandersMarch 19, 20043-1 vs. Minnesota

PlayoffsEdit

Player Team Date Score and Opponent
Keith PrimeauPhiladelphiaMay 2, 20047-2 vs. Toronto

See AlsoEdit

Hat trick

ReferencesEdit

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