In the 1998-99 NHL season, 56 hat tricks were scored in the 1,107-game regular season and 2 were scored in the 86 games of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Overall, the Toronto Maple Leafs led all teams in hat tricks with 5, while Peter Bondra, Wendel Clark, Theoren Fleury and Mike Modano each had 3 to lead all skaters.

Regular Season[edit | edit source]

Player Team Date Score and Opponent
Theoren Fleury Calgary October 10, 1998 5-3 at San Jose
Al MacInnis (natural) St. Louis October 12, 1998 4-2 at N.Y. Rangers
John Leclair (natural) Philadelphia October 16, 1998 5-2 at Tampa Bay
Brendan Shanahan (natural) Detroit October 16, 1998 4-1 vs. St. Louis
Mark Parrish (4 goals) Florida October 30, 1998 7-3 at Chicago
Geoff Sanderson Buffalo October 31, 1998 6-3 at Toronto
Theoren Fleury Calgary November 1, 1998 4-1 at Chicago
Valeri Kamensky Colorado November 6, 1998 5-2 at Edmonton
Peter Bondra Washington November 7, 1998 8-5 at Ottawa
Pierre Turgeon St. Louis November 10, 1998 5-2 vs. Chicago
Kevin Stevens N.Y. Rangers November 10, 1998 10-2 at Tampa Bay
Mats Sundin (natural) Toronto November 12, 1998 10-3 at Chicago
Stu Barnes Pittsburgh November 25, 1998 4-5 at Washington
Dixon Ward Buffalo November 25, 1998 4-2 vs. N.Y. Rangers
Martin Straka Pittsburgh November 28, 1998 4-3 at Montreal
Tony Amonte Chicago November 28, 1998 4-5 at Edmonton
John Leclair (4 goals) Philadelphia November 29, 1998 6-2 vs. Vancouver
Markus Naslund Vancouver December 4, 1998 4-1 vs. Dallas
Bobby Holik New Jersey December 23, 1998 4-2 vs. St. Louis
Mike Modano Dallas December 23, 1998 5-1 at Toronto
Marco Sturm San Jose December 23, 1998 5-3 at Edmonton
Wendel Clark Tampa Bay December 30, 1998 3-4 at Carolina
Teemu Selanne Anaheim January 1, 1999 7-2 at Buffalo
Pavel Bure Florida January 26, 1999 3-3 at Philadelphia
Petr Bondra (4 goals) Washington February 3, 1999 10-1 vs. Tampa Bay
Jason Allison Boston February 4, 1999 4-5 vs. N.Y. Islanders
Petr Bondra (natural) Washington February 5, 1999 4-1 vs. Carolina
Sergei Berezin Toronto February 10, 1999 5-6 vs. Carolina
Alexander Selivanov Edmonton February 17, 1999 6-2 at Anaheim
Mike Modano Dallas February 19, 1999 5-1 vs. Chicago
Joe Sakic Colorado February 19, 1999 4-4 at Nashville
Vyacheslav Kozlov Detroit February 21, 1999 4-4 at Buffalo
Dmitri Khristich Boston February 21, 1999 6-3 at Chicago
Mike Modano Dallas February 23, 1999 4-3 at Nashville
Craig Conroy St. Louis February 26, 1999 4-2 at Calgary
Petr Nedved N.Y. Rangers February 28, 1999 6-5 vs. Philadelphia
Pavel Bure (natural) Florida March 3, 1999 5-7 vs. Colorado
Peter Forsberg Colorado March 3, 1999 7-5 at Florida
Alexei Yashin Ottawa March 4, 1999 5-0 at Philadelphia
Brendan Shanahan Detroit March 5, 1999 7-2 at Phoenix
Wendel Clark Tampa Bay March 6, 1999 6-1 at Montreal
Keith Tkachuk Phoenix March 7, 1999 4-3 vs. Nashville
Magnus Arvedson Ottawa March 8, 1999 9-3 vs. Tampa Bay
Wendel Clark Tampa Bay March 19, 1999 3-5 vs. Detroit
Mike Grier Edmonton March 20, 1999 4-3 vs. Vancouver
Tony Amonte Chicago March 28, 1999 3-1 vs. St. Louis
Theoren Fleury Colorado March 28, 1999 7-2 vs. Los Angeles
Sami Salo Ottawa March 30, 1999 6-4 at Pittsburgh
Sergei Berezin Toronto April 1, 1999 5-1 at Edmonton
Vincent Damphousse San Jose April 3, 1999 5-2 vs. Vancouver
Yanic Perreault (4 goals) Toronto April 7, 1999 4-2 vs. Ottawa
Anson Carter Boston April 7, 1999 5-2 at Florida
J.P. Dumont Chicago April 8, 1999 6-2 vs. N.Y. Rangers
Steve Sullivan (4 goals) Toronto April 10, 1999 9-1 vs. Florida
Luc Robitaille Los Angeles April 12, 1999 4-3 at Nashville
Zigmund Palffy N.Y. Islanders April 17, 1999 7-2 at Pittsburgh

Playoffs[edit | edit source]

Player Team Date Score and Opponent
Steve Yzerman Detroit April 21, 1999 5-3 vs. Anaheim
Martin Straka Pittsburgh April 25, 1999 4-2 vs. New Jersey

See Also[edit | edit source]

Hat trick

References[edit | edit source]

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