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A “hat trick” is a sports metaphor and occurs when three goals are scored by a single individual in a single game. Hat tricks do not occur often (and for some reason appear to occur most frequently in hockey games), but when they do the fans react with great enthusiasm, a lot of cheering and at least in the games I have attended, a lot of spilt beer.
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