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Goldie ties ECHL career goals record

PRINCETON, N.J. – Wes Goldie of the Alaska Aces tied the ECHL career goals record last night, scoring his 368th ECHL goal in a 4-1 win against Colorado. Goldie tied the mark held by 2009 ECHL Hall of Fame inductee Rod Taylor.

 

The goal was also the 600th point in Goldie’s ECHL career, making him just the seventh player in the league’s 24-year history to reach the 600-point plateau.

 

In his 10th full professional season, Goldie has scored 33 goals in 61 games for the Aces this season, and has tied Taylor for the most 30-or-more goal season in league history with eight. Goldie has notched at least 30 goals in six consecutive seasons, which is tied with Taylor and Dany Bousquet for the most consecutive seasons in league history.

 

Goldie has played all but two of his 686 regular season professional games in the ECHL and holds the ECHL all-time record with five consecutive 40-plus goal seasons, and his five seasons of at least 40 goals are tied with Taylor for the most all-time.

 

Goldie will have his first chance to become the ECHL’s all-time goals leader on Wednesday when the Aces visit Colorado at 7:05 p.m. MT.

 

 

ECHL Career Goal Scoring Leaders 

368 – Rod Taylor (Hampton Roads, Richmond, Roanoke, South Carolina, Peoria, Toledo –  1991-2003)   

      – Wes Goldie (Pee Dee, Victoria, Alaska – 1999-2004, 2006-Present)  

325 – Louis Dumont (Tallahassee, Wheeling, Louisiana, Augusta, Pensacola, Mississippi, Utah – 1994-2006)

        – Trevor Jobe (Hampton Roads, Nashville, Richmond, Raleigh, Johnstown, Tallahassee,

                Baton Rouge – 1989-93, 1994-96, 1998-99)

323 – Darren Colbourne (Dayton, Richmond, Raleigh, Augusta – 1991-94, 1995-99)


ECHL Career Points Leaders

891 – Louis Dumont (Tallahassee, Wheeling, Louisiana, Augusta, Pensacola, Mississippi, Utah – 1994-2006)

689 – Rod Taylor (Hampton Roads, Richmond, Roanoke, South Carolina, Peoria, Toledo –  1991-2003)         

685 – Darryl Noren (Charlotte, Greensboro – 1990-2000)

635 – Trevor Jobe (Hampton Roads, Nashville, Richmond, Raleigh, Johnstown, Tallahassee,

                Baton Rouge – 1989-93, 1994-96, 1998-99)

611 – Chris Valicevic (Greensboro, Louisiana – 1993-2002)

608 – Sheldon Gorski (Louisville, Miami, Pensacola – 1990-94, 1995-99)  

600– Wes Goldie (Pee Dee, Victoria, Alaska – 1999-2004, 2006-Present)