natural hat trick


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natural hat trick

n. Sports
A hat trick in which three goals are scored in succession by one player in one game.
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Edward 4, Harvest Christian 0: Behind Josh Johansen's "natural hat trick," the Wave was able to shake off a sluggish start.
Teravainen notched the natural hat trick in his 212th career game.
Tough Guy Award, Jimmy Bonneau; Seventh Player, John McCarthy; Fan Favorite, Bonneau; Best Single Game Performance, Jeremy Langlois for his natural hat trick in the Sharks' 3-2 victory at Portland on Jan.
At 2-1 down Blaze weren't out of the game but were scrappy for the second period before a natural hat trick of powerplay goals from John Pelle put the Devils beyond reach.
Then Chris McNamara got in on the act, scoring a natural hat trick between the 11th and 31st minutes from all anglesCarlson's second hit the roof of the net while the teams were playing four-onfour, and 20 seconds later a one-timer from Doug Schueller put Blaze further in front.
Junior Paul Prescott, who had a natural hat trick in the second period of the Bison's 7-3 win over Skidmore, was named ECAC Northeast Player of the Week.
Then he set about scoring a natural hat trick, firstly firing a low shot past Hull's new netminder Martins Raitums following an inch-perfect pass from Matt Soderstrom.
Good enough for North Middlesex coach Mike McCarthy, who said, "A natural hat trick from a freshman in his first game.
Deschatelets continued his run, scoring a natural hat trick on the way to bagging five, and at 6-2 up, Thompson was thinking of giving his own back-up, Steve Fone, some ice time.
WORCESTER -- Freshman Ryan Ferrill's natural hat trick and senior Matt Ginn's school-record seventh career shutout led Holy Cross to a 5-0 victory over ECAC opponent Brown University in a Sunday matinee at the Hart Center.
Hero of the weekend was Danny Stewart, who hit the net five times, including a natural hat trick - three consecutive goals - against Hull.
Beyond that, it was a natural hat trick -- three straight goals all in the same period -- and the first one for a Sharks player in the nine years they have been here.
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