With a goal on Sunday against Ontario, Alaska’s Wes Goldie moved into a tie with ECHL Hall of Famer Darryl Noren for seventh place in league history with 295 goals. Goldie needs five more goals to become just the seventh player in the 23-year history of the ECHL to reach the 300-goal plateau.
The last player to reach the 300-goal mark was Louis Dumont who scored his 300th goal with Mississippi during the 2004-05 season. ECHL Hall of Famer Rod Taylor holds the league’s all-time record with 368 goals in 678 games with Hampton Roads, Richmond, Roanoke, South Carolina, Peoria and Toledo. Dumont is tied for second with Trevor Jobe with 325 goals each. Darren Colbourne is fourth with 323 goals while Sheldon Gorski rounds out the top five with 316. The only other member of the 300-goal club is Darren Schwartz who is sixth all-time with 313 goals.
Goldie is 11th in ECHL history with 567 games played. He is 14 games away from tying Dmitri Tarabrin for 10th on the all-time list.