PRINCETON, N.J. – Wes Goldie scored a goal 8:23 into the first period of Alaska’s game at Ontario on Saturday, giving him 369 career goals and breaking the career mark of 368 goals held by 2009 ECHL Hall of Fame inductee Rod Taylor.

In his 10th full professional season, Goldie has scored 34 goals in 66 games for the Aces this season, and has tied Taylor for the most 30-or-more goal season in league history with eight. Goldie has notched at least 30 goals in seven consecutive seasons, which is the most in ECHL history.

Goldie has played all but two of his 693 regular season professional games in the ECHL and holds the ECHL all-time record with five consecutive 40-plus goal seasons, and his five seasons of at least 40 goals are tied with Taylor for the most all-time.

The 32-year-old Goldie began his professional career in 1999-2000 with Pee Dee scoring four points (3g-1a) in seven regular-season games and adding one goal in four Kelly Cup Playoff games. He spent the next four seasons with the Pride, tallying 111 goals and adding 83 assists for 194 points in 260 games. He also appeared in two games with Bridgeport of the American Hockey League during the 2003-04 season, recording one goal.