With five goals in three games against Victoria last week, Alaska’s Wes Goldie moved into second place in ECHL history with 326 career goals. He trails all-time leader Rod Taylor by 42 goals.
Goldie is tied with Idaho’s Mark Derlago for the ECHL lead this season with 37 goals. It is the seventh time in Goldie’s ECHL career that he has scored at least 30 goals, which is the second most in league history.
With three more goals, Goldie would reach the 40-goal plateau for the fifth consecutive season, which would set a new ECHL record for most consecutive seasons with at least 40 goals.
ECHL All-Time Goal Leaders
Earlier this season, Goldie moved into fifth place on the ECHL all-time games played list. He is one of just five players in league history to play at least 600 games.
ECHL All-Time Games Played Leaders