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Goals

MOST GOALS, CAREER
370 – Wes Goldie (Pee Dee; Victoria; Alaska – 1999-2004, 2006-12)
368 – Rod Taylor (Hampton Roads; Richmond; Roanoke; South Carolina; Peoria; Toledo – 1991-2003)
325 – Louis Dumont (Tallhassee; Wheeling; Louisiana; Augusta; Pensacola; Mississippi; Utah – 1994-2006)
        – Trevor Jobe (Hampton Roads; Nashville; Richmond; Raleigh; Johnstown; Tallhassee; Baton Rouge – 1989-93, 1994-96, 1998-99)
323 – Darren Colbourne (Dayton; Richmond; Raleigh; Augusta – 1991-94, 1995-99)
MOST GOALS, SEASON
85 – Trevor Jobe (Nashville, 1992-93)
80 – Bill McDougall (Erie, 1989-90)
69 – Darren Colbourne (Richmond, 1993-94)
      – Darren Colbourne (Dayton, 1991-92)
68 – Mark Green (Johnstown, 1991-92)
MOST GOALS, GAME
6 – Brad McCaughey (Toledo vs. Columbus, Nov. 6, 1991)
    – Tom Bissett (Hampton Roads vs. Greensboro, Nov. 22, 1989)
5 – 30 times, most recent: Dane Walters (Toledo vs. Indy, April 8, 2017)
MOST GOALS, PERIOD
5 – Chanse Fitzpatrick (Dayton vs. Trenton, Nov. 3, 2007 – 3rd period)
    – Lars Pettersen (Augusta vs. Birmingham, Feb. 11, 1999 – 3rd period)
MOST POWER-PLAY GOALS, SEASON
27 – Kevin Baker (Florida, 2008-09)
      – Colin Ward (Nashville, 1995-96)
26 – Andrew Williamson (Toledo, 1999-00)
      – Darren Colbourne (Dayton, 1991-92)
25 – Darren Colbourne (Richmond, 1993-94)
24 – five times, most recent: Don Parsons (Louisiana, 1997-98)
MOST POWER-PLAY GOALS, GAME
4 – Stephen Schultz (Trenton vs. Reading, Feb. 23, 2013)
   – Michael Dubuc (South Carolina vs. Florida, Feb. 7, 2009)
   – Barret Ehgoetz (Cincinnati vs. Wheeling, Jan. 14, 2009)
   – Chanse Fitzpatrick (Dayton vs. Trenton, Nov. 3, 2007)
   – Matt Oates (Columbus at Erie, March 8, 1996)
MOST POWER-PLAY GOALS, PERIOD
4 – Chanse Fitzpatrick (Dayton vs. Trenton, Nov. 3, 2007 – 3rd period)
MOST SHORTHANDED GOALS, SEASON
11 – Jay Murphy (Louisiana, 1998-99)
      – Jamey Hicks (Birmingham, 1997-98)
10 – Joe Bianchi (Richmond, 1999-00)
8 – six times, most recent:
        Rob Concannon, South Carolina and Andrew Williamson, Toledo – 1999-00
MOST SHORTHANDED GOALS, GAME
3 – Tommy Olczyk (Indy vs. Cincinnati, Dec. 23, 2017)
    – Shawn Szydlowski (Fort Wayne vs. Missouri, March 21, 2015)
    – Chad Costello (Colorado vs. Las Vegas, Dec. 12, 2012)
    – Jamey Hicks (Birmingham at Pensacola, Jan. 27, 1998)
MOST GAME-WINNING GOALS, SEASON
15 – Brad McCaughey (Toledo, 1991-92)
14 – Joe Bianchi (Richmond, 1999-00)
      – Bob Berg (Louisiana, 1995-96)
12 – Jay Murphy (Louisiana, 2001-02)
LONGEST CONSECUTIVE GOAL-SCORING STREAK
16 – Darren Schwartz, Wheeling Thunderbirds, Jan. 14-Feb. 21, 1993 (25 goals)
13 – Kirby Lindal, Raleigh IceCaps, Dec. 12, 1992-Jan. 24, 1993 (goals not available)
12 – Joe Gurney, Johnstown Chiefs, Nov. 6-26, 1988 (goals not available)
11 – Rick Judson, Toledo Storm, Dec. 9, 1995-Jan. 5, 1996 (13 goals)
10 – Tom May, Utah Grizzlies, Jan. 16-Feb. 16, 2009 (10 goals)