1. Alvaro Saborio: 60
RSL's all-time leading goalscorer is exactly who you'd expect. Alvaro Saborio, the Costa Rican goalscorer has an outstanding strike (60 in 114, or a goal more than once every other game). Nobody's catching Saborio this season, and probably not for a few years.
2. Javier Morales: 37
He's a more prominent playmaker than he is a goalscorer, but consistent goalscoring over the years has landed Javier Morales in second place, where he's probably going to end the season. Unless he goes on a goalscoring rampage, Kyle Beckerman ends up scoring buckets, or Joao Plata comes back in scintillating fashion, he'll be here.
3. Robbie Findley: 36
Robbie Findley is certainly not going up in this ranking, what with his playing for Toronto FC now. His goals were often on the break, and he scored some huge ones for us — like the game-tying goal in 2009, or a goal in each leg in the 2013 MLS Cup playoffs against Portland Timbers.
4. Fabian Espindola: 35
He was more mercurial than nearly anyone to have played for Real Salt Lake, but Espindola was also one of the better goalscorers on the team. He didn't always get the big goals, and he did sometimes struggle to keep a cool head, but he was exciting and fun to watch a lot of the time.
5. Kyle Beckerman: 24
The captain: Kyle Beckerman has scored a number of goals over the years (that number: 24, obviously) and continues to grab a few every year. Free kicks, set pieces, run of play stuff — Beckerman's scored some nice goals.
6. Jeff Cunningham: 19
The second-leading goalscorer in MLS all-time, Jeff Cunningham scored 134 goals over his career. Until last year, he was the all-time leading goalscorer (until, of course, Landon Donovan came along.) His time in Salt Lake City wasn't particularly long, but it was fruitful for him.
7 (T). Jason Kreis: 17
The man that defined Real Salt Lake for so many years, Jason Kreis is still on our record books. He'll be passed up by Joao Plata soon enough, and others will surely supplant him in short order, but Jason Kreis remains big in our past and in our defining characteristics.
7 (T). Joao Plata: 17
He's just moving on up the list after two good seasons, and if he recovers quickly, he could jump to fifth place — although one would be surprised to see him move beyond that this year. He's incredible — just watch him play. He may be short, but he's spectacular.
9. Yura Movsisyan: 15
Any given week, you'll see a few people pointing at Movsisyan as the sort of player we should be bringing back to Salt Lake City. He's a great goalscorer and has been pretty consistent with his scoring rates. He's now playing at Spartak Moscow and continuing to score.
10. Andy Williams: 14
At times a free kick specialist, at times a solid goalscorer, Andy Williams — an RSL original, a Jamaican international, and an icon on the field — left his mark on Salt Lake City. He's still here, and we hope he never leaves. Unless he wants to, I guess.