The New York Red Bulls' record for wins in a single MLS regular season is 17, achieved in 2000 and 2013. On October 7, 2015, RBNY won its 16th game of the current league season: not a club record, but sufficient to keep the team top of the Supporters' Shield standings at least until next week.
Luis Robles has been the Red Bulls' starting 'keeper for every game of the current MLS season, just as he was for every game of the 2013 and 2014 league campaigns (and playoffs since 2012 - he has made more post-season appearances than any 'keeper in club history). As such, he has been the go-to goalkeeper for three (2015 included, regardless of how it ends for RBNY) of this team's most successful seasons.
For evidence to support that last statement, look no further than the club's all-time, all-competitions, single-season records for wins by a Red Bulls (and MetroStars) 'keeper: Robles is joint-fourth on the list (for 15 wins in 2014). He is also second (for 17 wins in 2013). And now, courtesy of RBNY's 2-1 win over Montreal Impact on October 7 (and the fact he was in goal for the Red Bulls' two wins in US Open Cup this season), his 2015 season is number one on the list: 18 wins in all competitions, and counting (please, please, let there be more).
Robles is now reaching the stage of his RBNY career where the major records he has left to break are mostly his own. The win over Montreal lifted him to 48 career league wins for the club - now tied with Tony Meola for all-time best. And he needs just three more wins in all competitions to match Meola's overall club wins record (55). He holds the club record for career shutouts in the MLS regular season (28), and is tied with Meola for the all-time, all-competitions best career total of clean sheets (30).
He had 11 shutouts in the league in 2013, which is tied with Bouna Coundoul's 2010 performance for RBNY's single-season best in that category. And he's the only 'keeper in RBNY history to twice post double-digit shutouts in all competitions in a single season (11 in 2013 and 10 so far in 2015).
We can hope for a few more club records from Robles in the future. For now, congratulations on becoming the winningest single-season 'keeper in RBNY history, Luis. Again.
Best of luck with the rest of the season. May the records - especially the wins - continue to flow for you.