In the 1989-90 NHL season, there were 88 hat tricks scored over the 840-game regular-season schedule and 8 scored in the 85 games of the Stanley Cup playoffs. Overall, the Pittsburgh Penguins led all teams with 10 hat tricks and Brett Hull of the St. Louis Blues led all players with 5.

Regular Season[edit | edit source]

Player Team Date Score and Opponent
Sylvain Turgeon New Jersey October 5, 1989 6-2 at Philadelphia
Ron Francis Hartford October 8, 1989 9-6 at Quebec
Joe Sakic Quebec October 8, 1989 6-9 vs. Hartford
Rick Tocchet Philadelphia October 8, 1989 3-5 at Winnipeg
Wendel Clark Toronto October 12, 1989 6-9 at Chicago
Mario Lemieux Pittsburgh October 17, 1989 7-5 vs. Toronto
Brett Hull St. Louis October 18, 1989 9-3 at Pittsburgh
Rich Sutter Vancouver October 20, 1989 3-2 at New Jersey
Mick Vukota (natural) N.Y. Islanders October 20, 1989 5-3 at Washington
Troy Murray Chicago October 24, 1989 5-3 at Detroit
Wayne Gretzky Los Angeles October 31, 1989 8-4 at Pittsburgh
Kevin Stevens Pittsburgh October 31, 1989 4-8 vs. Los Angeles
Kevin Dineen Hartford November 4, 1989 6-3 vs. Los Angeles
Peter Stastny Quebec November 9, 1989 7-5 at N.Y. Islanders
Bob Sweeney Boston November 9, 1989 6-2 vs. Edmonton
Andy Brickley Boston November 18, 1989 6-4 vs. New Jersey
Mark Messier Edmonton November 21, 1989 4-3 vs. Vancouver
Normand Lacombe Edmonton November 25, 1989 7-2 at N.Y. Islanders
Luc Robitaille Los Angeles November 25, 1989 7-4 vs. Vancouver
Pierre Turgeon Buffalo December 1, 1989 6-4 vs. New Jersey
Glenn Anderson Edmonton December 2, 1989 6-1 vs. Minnesota
Mario Lemieux Pittsburgh December 2, 1989 7-4 at Quebec
Mike Gartner Minnesota December 3, 1989 5-6 at Vancouver
Ray Ferraro Hartford December 9, 1989 7-3 vs. New Jersey
Ed Olczyk Toronto December 9, 1989 7-4 vs. Montreal
Rob Brown Pittsburgh December 12, 1989 7-5 vs. Boston
Joe Nieuwendyk Calgary December 14, 1989 8-2 vs. Quebec
Steve Yzerman Detroit December 15, 1989 8-4 vs. Chicago
Adam Graves Edmonton December 17, 1989 5-6 at Chicago
Brett Hull St. Louis December 20, 1989 6-9 at Chicago
Jeremy Roenick Chicago December 23, 1989 7-5 at Toronto
Jimmy Carson Detroit December 27, 1989 7-7 at Toronto (OT)
Tony Horacek Philadelphia December 30, 1989 6-3 at Los Angeles
Denis Savard Chicago December 30, 1989 7-3 vs. Hartford
Pat LaFontaine N.Y. Islanders December 31, 1989 4-2 at Buffalo
Brian Bellows Minnesota January 4, 1990 8-2 vs. N.Y. Rangers
Daniel Marois Toronto January 6, 1990 7-4 vs. Los Angeles
Mario Lemieux (4 goals) Pittsburgh January 8, 1990 7-5 at N.Y. Rangers
Gary Leeman Toronto January 8, 1990 8-6 vs. Washington
Shawn Burr Detroit January 9, 1990 9-0 vs. Minnesota
Al Secord Chicago January 11, 1990 5-4 at Philadelphia
Brian MacLellan (4 goals) Calgary January 14, 1990 6-5 at Chicago
Brett Hull St. Louis January 14, 1990 5-6 at Winnipeg
Steve Thomas Chicago January 14, 1990 5-6 vs. Calgary
Mark Messier Edmonton January 17, 1990 6-3 vs. Winnipeg
Randy Wood N.Y. Islanders January 19, 1990 6-4 at Winnipeg
Bob Carpenter Boston January 23, 1990 9-2 at Quebec
Rick Tocchet (4 goals) Philadelphia January 25, 1990 8-6 vs. Winnipeg
Dave Taylor Los Angeles January 25, 1990 6-7 at Edmonton
Geoff Courtnall Washington January 28, 1990 7-2 vs. Philadelphia
Tony Tanti Pittsburgh January 30, 1990 3-6 vs. Philadelphia
Steve Yzerman (4 goals) Detroit January 31, 1990 7-5 vs. Edmonton
Mario Lemieux Pittsburgh February 2, 1990 6-3 vs. Edmonton
Dino Ciccarelli (4 goals) Washington February 6, 1990 12-2 vs. Quebec
Derek King N.Y. Islanders February 6, 1990 8-7 at Pittsburgh (OT)
Pat Lafontaine N.Y. Islanders February 6, 1990 8-7 at Pittsburgh (OT)
Dirk Graham Chicago February 8, 1990 8-6 at Detroit
Rob Brown Pittsburgh February 10, 1990 7-6 vs. Los Angeles
Gino Cavallini St. Louis February 10, 1990 7-0 vs. New Jersey
Stephane Richer Montreal February 10, 1990 7-2 vs. Quebec
Steve Yzerman Detroit February 14, 1990 6-5 vs. Los Angeles
Mike Gartner Minnesota February 15, 1990 6-3 vs. Los Angeles
Brett Hull St. Louis February 15, 1990 9-2 vs. Quebec
Russ Courtnall Montreal February 19, 1990 5-5 at Detroit (OT)
John Cullen Pittsburgh February 20, 1990 6-4 vs. Philadelphia
Jocelyn Lemieux Chicago February 20, 1990 8-3 at St. Louis
Joe Mullen Calgary February 22, 1990 12-2 vs. Toronto
Dana Murzyn Calgary February 22, 1990 12-2 vs. Toronto
Vincent Damphousse Toronto February 23, 1990 6-5 at Edmonton
Dan Quinn Vancouver February 24, 1990 6-4 at Los Angeles
Brett Hull St. Louis February 25, 1990 5-6 at Montreal (OT)
Darren Turcotte N.Y. Rangers February 26, 1990 6-1 vs. Boston
Mark Messier (4 goals) Edmonton March 3, 1990 5-3 vs. Philadelphia
Rob Brown Pittsburgh March 4, 1990 8-6 vs. Minnesota
Martin Gelinas Edmonton March 4, 1990 6-3 vs. Vancouver
Kevin Dineen Hartford March 6, 1990 4-2 at N.Y. Islanders
Gary Leeman Toronto March 8, 1990 7-6 at Harford
Luc Robitaille Los Angeles March 10, 1990 8-2 vs. Pittsburgh
Vincent Damphousse Toronto March 16, 1990 4-3 at Buffalo
Mike Modano Minnesota March 17, 1990 6-2 at Pittsburgh
Brent Sutter N.Y. Islanders March 17, 1990 6-3 vs. N.Y. Rangers
Cam Neely Boston March 22, 1990 7-3 vs. Quebec
Steve Thomas (4 goals) Chicago March 22, 1990 6-3 vs. New Jersey
Neal Broten Minnesota March 24, 1990 7-6 at Boston
Paul MacLean St. Louis March 24, 1990 3-9 at Los Angeles
Stephane Richer Montreal March 24, 1990 4-7 at Hartford
Dave Andreychuk Buffalo March 27, 1990 6-5 at Detroit
Gary Roberts Calgary March 30, 1990 6-2 vs. Edmonton

Playoffs[edit | edit source]

Player Team Date Score and Opponent
Dino Ciccarelli Washington April 5, 1990 5-4 at New Jersey (OT)
Tomas Sandstrom Los Angeles April 10, 1990 12-4 vs. Calgary
Tony Granato Los Angeles April 10, 1990 12-4 vs. Calgary
Dave Taylor Los Angeles April 10, 1990 12-4 vs. Calgary
Mike Gartner N.Y. Rangers April 13, 1990 6-5 vs. N.Y. Islanders
Bernie Nicholls N.Y. Rangers April 19, 1990 7-3 vs. Washington
John Druce Washington April 21, 1990 6-3 at N.Y. Rangers
Jari Kurri Edmonton May 18, 1990 7-2 at Boston

See Also[edit | edit source]

Hat trick

References[edit | edit source]

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