The numbers don't lie: Wes Goldie was a straight-up goal scorer

February 6, 2014 

Wes Goldie's ECHL records, achievements

· Most career goals (370)

· Most consecutive seasons 40 or more goals (5)

· Most seasons 40 or more goals (5, tied with Trevor Jobe)

· Most seasons 30 or more goals (8, tied with ECHL Hall of Famer Rod Taylor)

· Most consecutive seasons 30 or more goals (6, tied with Taylor and Dany Bousquet)

· Twice led ECHL in goals - only four players have done that in league history -- and finished second in goals in four other seasons

· 7th in ECHL career points (605)

· 4th in ECHL career games (697)

· 2011 ECHL Most Valuable Player

· 2011 First Team All-ECHL

· 2009 Second Team All-ECHL

Wes Goldie's ECHL career statistics

SeasonsGames Goals Assists Points
11 697 370 235 605

THE DAMAGE DONE

In his final two ECHL seasons, both with the Alaska Aces, Goldie led the league in goals in 2010-11 with 46 and tied for second in goals in 2011-12 with 35.

In that span of 142 regular-season games, he victimized 26 different goaltenders, most of them multiple times, and also six times scored into an empty net. Here are the dudes who took the dagger:

GoaltenderTeamGoldie Goals
Bryan PittonStockton 8
David ShantzVictoria 7
Kellen BriggsOntario 5
Andrew Engelage Utah 5
Jerry Kuhn Idaho 4
Olivier Roy Stockton 4
Marco Cousineau Elmira 3
Joe Fallon Las Vegas 3
J.P. Lamoureux Utah 3
Matt Keetley Bakersfield 3
Shane Owen Utah 3
Jimmy Spratt Idaho/LV 3
Josh Tjordman Bakersfield 3
Garrett Zemlak Stockton 3
J.F. Berube Ontario 2
Tyler Beskorowany Idaho 2
Chris Carrozzi Ontario 2
Kyle Jones Colorado 2
Mitch O'Keefe Utah/LV 2
Tyler Sims Utah 2
Chris Beckford-Tseu Victoria 1
Dustin Carlson Ontario 1
Thomas Heemskerk Stockton 1
Michael Ouzas Las Vegas 1
Andrew Penner Colorado 1
Brian Stewart Bakersfield 1

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