Because of the NHL playoffs, the Soul’s next game has been moved up a day to Saturday, April 14.But after scoring a team-record 92 points in a win over the weekend, getting back on the field probably isn’t bad news. It’s the second time in three weeks the Soul (3-1) have set the franchise record for points in a game.Dan Raudabaugh threw six touchdown passes and Joe Goosby returned two interceptions for scores as the visiting Soul dismantled Georgia, 92-42. The 50-point margin is the largest in team history.Some other Soul numbers from Saturday’s romp:*Fullback Derrick Ross ran for three touchdowns and set a team record with 74 rushing yards.*Tiger Jones had 10 catches for 180 yards and three scores.*The Soul outscored Georgia 35-21 in the second quarter.*Georgia had nearly a three-minute edge in time of possession, which sort of tells you all you need to know about the pinball nature of arena football.*Raudabaugh had more touchdown passes (six) than incompletions.*Emery Sammons, filing in for the injured Donovan Morgan, caught the game’s first touchdown. He had six catches for 85 yards and a pair of TDs.With the Flyers and Penguins playing Game 3 of their first-round series on Sunday, the Soul will now host San Jose on Saturday at the Wells Fargo Center at 6:05 p.m. Ticketholders for the April 15 game will be able to use them on Saturday, while those who can’t make Saturday’s game can exchange their tickets for any of the Soul’s remaining home contests.