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The list of players who have scored five or more goals in an NHL game includes only 57 names.[1]

In the National Hockey League (NHL), it is rare for one player to score so many goals in a single event.[1]

The most recent instance was Mika Zibanejad on March 5, 2020.

Scorers

Newsy Lalonde, the first player to score six goals in a NHL game, also had two other five-goal games.
Wayne Gretzky, the NHL's all-time leading scorer, had four five-goal games.
Mario Lemieux recorded four five-goal games.
Sergei Fedorov scored all of the Red Wings' goals in a 5-4 overtime win against the Washington Capitals; he eventually joined the latter team in 2008.
Marian Gaborik, after scoring his fifth goal on December 20, 2007 – first in the 21st century
Legend

     Player is still active in the NHL      Player scored five goals in a playoff game

Name Team Date Goals
Canada Malone, JoeJoe Malone Montreal Canadiens December 19, 1917 5
Canada Hyland, HarryHarry Hyland Montreal Wanderers December 19, 1917 5
Canada Malone, JoeJoe Malone Montreal Canadiens January 12, 1918 5
Canada Malone, JoeJoe Malone Montreal Canadiens February 2, 1918 5
Canada Lalonde, NewsyNewsy Lalonde Montreal Canadiens March 1, 1919 5
Canada Lalonde, NewsyNewsy Lalonde Montreal Canadiens January 10, 1920 6
Canada Malone, JoeJoe Malone Quebec Bulldogs January 31, 1920 7
Canada Roach, MickeyMickey Roach Toronto St. Pats March 6, 1920 5
Canada Malone, JoeJoe Malone Quebec Bulldogs March 10, 1920 6
Canada Denneny, CorbCorb Denneny Toronto St. Pats January 26, 1921 6
Canada Lalonde, NewsyNewsy Lalonde Montreal Canadiens February 16, 1921 5
Canada Denneny, CyCy Denneny Ottawa Senators March 7, 1921 6
Canada Dye, BabeBabe Dye Toronto St. Pats December 16, 1922 5
Canada Green, RedRed Green Hamilton Tigers December 5, 1924 5
Canada Dye, BabeBabe Dye Toronto St. Pats December 22, 1924 5
Canada Broadbent, PunchPunch Broadbent Montreal Maroons January 7, 1925 5
Canada Lepine, PitPit Lepine Montreal Canadiens December 14, 1929 5
Canada Morenz, HowieHowie Morenz Montreal Canadiens March 18, 1930 5
Canada Conacher, CharlieCharlie Conacher Toronto Maple Leafs January 19, 1932 5
Canada Getliffe, RayRay Getliffe Montreal Canadiens February 6, 1943 5
Canada Howe, SydSyd Howe Detroit Red Wings February 3, 1944 6
Canada Richard, MauriceMaurice Richard[2] Montreal Canadiens March 23, 1944 5
Canada Richard, MauriceMaurice Richard Montreal Canadiens December 28, 1944 5
Canada Meeker, HowieHowie Meeker Toronto Maple Leafs January 8, 1947 5
Canada Geoffrion, BernieBernie Geoffrion Montreal Canadiens February 19, 1955 5
Canada Rousseau, BobbyBobby Rousseau Montreal Canadiens February 1, 1964 5
Canada Berenson, RedRed Berenson St. Louis Blues November 7, 1968 6
Canada Cournoyer, YvanYvan Cournoyer Montreal Canadiens February 15, 1975 5
Canada Sittler, DarrylDarryl Sittler Toronto Maple Leafs February 7, 1976 6
Canada Sittler, DarrylDarryl Sittler[2] Toronto Maple Leafs April 22, 1976 5
Canada Leach, ReggieReggie Leach[2] Philadelphia Flyers May 6, 1976 5
Canada Murdoch, DonDon Murdoch New York Rangers October 12, 1976 5
Canada Turnbull, IanIan Turnbull (D) Toronto Maple Leafs February 2, 1977 5
Canada Trottier, BryanBryan Trottier New York Islanders December 23, 1978 5
Canada Young, TimTim Young Minnesota North Stars January 15, 1979 5
Canada Tonelli, JohnJohn Tonelli New York Islanders January 6, 1981 5
Canada Gretzky, WayneWayne Gretzky Edmonton Oilers February 18, 1981 5
Canada Gretzky, WayneWayne Gretzky Edmonton Oilers December 30, 1981 5
Canada Mulvey, GrantGrant Mulvey Chicago Black Hawks February 3, 1982 5
Canada Trottier, BryanBryan Trottier New York Islanders February 13, 1982 5[3][4]
Sweden Lindstrom, WillyWilly Lindstrom Winnipeg Jets March 2, 1982 5
United States Pavelich, MarkMark Pavelich New York Rangers February 23, 1983 5
Finland Kurri, JariJari Kurri Edmonton Oilers November 19, 1983 5
Sweden Gustafsson, Bengt-AkeBengt-Ake Gustafsson Washington Capitals January 8, 1984 5
Canada Hughes, PatPat Hughes Edmonton Oilers February 3, 1984 5
Canada Gretzky, WayneWayne Gretzky Edmonton Oilers December 15, 1984 5
Canada Andreychuk, DaveDave Andreychuk Buffalo Sabres February 6, 1986 5
Canada Gretzky, WayneWayne Gretzky Edmonton Oilers December 6, 1987 5
Canada Lemieux, MarioMario Lemieux Pittsburgh Penguins December 31, 1988 5
Canada Nieuwendyk, JoeJoe Nieuwendyk Calgary Flames January 11, 1989 5
Canada Lemieux, MarioMario Lemieux[2] Pittsburgh Penguins April 25, 1989 5
Sweden Sundin, MatsMats Sundin Quebec Nordiques March 5, 1992 5
Canada Lemieux, MarioMario Lemieux Pittsburgh Penguins April 9, 1993 5
Slovakia Bondra, PeterPeter Bondra Washington Capitals February 5, 1994 5
Canada Ricci, MikeMike Ricci Quebec Nordiques February 17, 1994 5
Russia Zhamnov, AlexeiAlexei Zhamnov Winnipeg Jets April 1, 1995 5
Canada Lemieux, MarioMario Lemieux Pittsburgh Penguins March 26, 1996 5
Russia Fedorov, SergeiSergei Fedorov Detroit Red Wings December 26, 1996 5
Slovakia Gaborik, MarianMarian Gaborik[5] Minnesota Wild December 20, 2007 5
Sweden Franzen, JohanJohan Franzen[6] Detroit Red Wings February 2, 2011 5
Finland Laine, PatrikPatrik Laine[7][8] Winnipeg Jets November 24, 2018 5
Sweden Zibanejad, MikaMika Zibanejad New York Rangers March 5, 2020 5

References

General
  • Dinger, Ralph (2003). National Hockey League Official Guide & Record Book (2004 ed.). Toronto: Dan Diamond. ISBN 978-0-920445-84-6
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Specific