Wes Goldie, the ECHL's all-time leader with 370 goals, was among four men announced to the ECHL Hall of Fame class of 2014 on Thursday. Goldie and the others will be enshrined Friday, February 7th in Anchorage as part of ECHL Hockey Heritage Week.
Goldie played 11 ECHL seasons, reaching the 40-goal mark a record five straight seasons. He played his last two years with the Aces, earning league MVP honors in the 2010-11 campaign with 46 goals and 37 assists as Alaska won the Kelly Cup.
In his final season, Goldie surpassed 2009 Hall of Fame inductee Rod Taylor as the league record holder in career goals.