Skip to comments.Three goals, 10 seconds: Fastest hockey hat trick ever, scored by 8 year old?
Posted on 03/30/2014 12:58:57 PM PDT by kingattax
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The fastest hat trick in National Hockey League history was tallied by Bill Mosienko of the Chicago Blackhawks against the New York Rangers on March 23, 1952 three goals in 21 seconds.
Just over 62 years later, his feat was bested by an eight year old.
Brayden MacIntosh of Hanover, Ont., scored three goals in 10 seconds this week in a WOAA championship tournament final against the Goderich Sailors.
It seemed really fast, MacIntosh told CTV.
How fast was the trick? His coach missed two of the goals.
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Pretty darned good! I’m sending this link out to my hockey-playing youngsters.
“The fastest hat trick in National Hockey League history. . . three goals in 21 seconds.
Just over 62 years later, his feat was bested by an eight year old. “
The kid plays in the NHL?
OK, but wouldn’t it be 2 goals in 10 seconds, after the first goal?
No, the NHL need to put the Whalers back in Hartford, then have them sign him. Yes, I’m a Whalers fan and we’ll be back.
It looks like his team is only dressing two lines with one back up! Thin bench.
3 goals in just 10 seconds?? WOAA!
He’s Canadian which makes him a natural for this sport. Hockey is in the blood going back many generations!
I thought Canadians were born wearing ice skates anyway?
Must hurt when the baby comes out holding a hockey stick? Ouch.
Yep, they think of being in the womb up there, as being in a penalty box for nine months.
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