A Fort Saskatchewan hockey player had a pretty good game over the weekend. 

Riley Fiddler-Schultz of the Calgary Hitmen scored an incredible five goals in a game against the Prince Albert Raiders on Sunday (Oct. 23) night.

It was just the fifth five-goal game by a single player in the WHL since 2012. The performance ties Calgary's franchise record for goals in a game set by Pavel Brendl in 2000. 

The historic game actually started with the Raiders scoring the opening goal just two minutes in, before Fiddler-Schultz rattled off four consecutive goals in the first period. 

He added his fifth 31 seconds into the third period en route to a 6-2 Hitmen victory. 

The former U15 AAA Ranger serves as the captain of the Hitmen.