Goldie Closing In On Goals And Games Played Milestones

With three goals in three games last week, Alaska right wing Wes Goldie has 26 goals on the season, giving him 315 career ECHL goals, ranking sixth in league history. Goldie is just one goal shy of tying Sheldon Gorksi for fifth place on the league’s all-time list, and sits just 10 goals shy of Louis Dumont and Trevor Jobe, who are tied for second in league history with 325 goals each.



ECHL Career Goal-Scoring Leaders

1.         Rod Taylor                   368
2.         Louis Dumont               325
            Trevor Jobe                   325
4.         Darren Colbourne          323

5.         Sheldon Gorski             316

6.         Wes Goldie                 315

Goldie has scored 40 or more goals in each of the previous four seasons, which is tied for the most consecutive such seasons in league history and tied for second for most overall seasons in ECHL history. Six times in his ECHL career Goldie has scored 30 or more goals in a season, which is the second most in league history.


Goldie has appeared in each of the Aces’ 42 games this season, increasing his career games played total to 597, which ranks seventh in ECHL history. If Goldie plays in all three Alaska games this week at Victoria, he would become just the fifth player in the 23-year history of the league to reach the 600-game plateau.



ECHL Career Games-Played Leaders

1.         Cam Brown                  789
2.         Louis Dumont               771
3.         Allan Sirois                   687
4.         Rod Taylor                   678
5.         Bob Woods                 599
6.         Brian Goudie                598
7          Wes Goldie                 597

The Aces play at Victoria on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. Goldie spent the previous four seasons with the Salmon Kings scoring 263 points (175g-88a) in 288 games with Victoria.