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New England at Chicago Fire

Type: MLS Regular Season
Date: 4-7-07
Time: 8:30PM
TV: TV 38, MLSNet
Radio: WRKO- 680AM, RevolutionSoccer.net
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Revolution Recap is a weekly review of the New England Revolution and Major League Soccer on Sundays from 7-8PM on WNRI 1380 during the MLS season, hosted by Sean Donahue. For more information visit RevolutionRecap.com

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Revs season ends with another heartbreaker
Washington, D.C. – For the fourth year in a row the Revs saw their chances of winning a trophy end with the last kick of the match. Golden goals by the Los Angeles Galaxy in overtime cost the Revs the 2001 US Open Cup Final and the 2002 MLS Cup Final. Last year the Revs made it to the MLS Eastern Conference Final only to lose to Chicago in overtime. This year the Revs season was ended when Clint Dempsey saw his penalty kick saved by Nick Rimando in sudden death of a penalty kick shoot-out after the Revs had remained tied with D.C. United through regulation time, overtime and the first five penalty kicks. Many are already calling the game the best in Major League Soccer history.
By Sean Donahue November 07, 2004

Reis beats Columbus, Revs advance to Conference Final
COLUMBUS, OH. – Matt Reis saved an MLS Playoff record two penalty kicks as he led the Revs to a 1-1 tie against Columbus giving them a 2-1 aggregate goal playoff victory over the Crew. Columbus won the Supporters Shield with a league best 12-5-13 record and were the first team who won the Supporters Shield to be knocked out of the playoffs in the first round. Reis recorded only four saves, but was clearly the man of the match. Besides his two penalty kick saves Reis dove backwards to deny Dante Washington a shot on an empty net.
By Sean Donahue November 03, 2004

Revs defeat unbeatable
FOXBORO, MA. – The New England Revolution hadn’t won two games in a row all season and the Columbus Crew hadn’t lost since June. Yet after winning the last game of the season against Chicago the Revs managed to win two games in a row for the first time in a year defeating the Columbus Crew 1 to 0 in game one of the two game total goal conference semifinal series. With most of the New England area focused on the Red Sox, only a small crowd of just under 6,000 fans bore witness to the most impressive performance of the Revs all season.
By Sean Donahue October 24, 2004

Revs play-off bound for third straight year
FOXBORO, MA. – For the third year in a row the New England Revolution have made it to the postseason. The previous two seasons the Revs came roaring into the play-offs riding a 7 game undefeated streak in 2003 and securing second place and a 6 game undefeated streak in 2002 that saw them secure first. This year, however, the Revs came into the last game of the season needing a win to secure the fourth and final play-off spot in the East. With their backs against the wall, the Revs pulled off a 2-1 win over the Chicago Fire, who didn’t qualify for the playoffs for the first time in team history thanks to the Revs. Their task doesn’t get any easier as the Revs face the Columbus Crew, unbeaten in 18 games.
By Sean Donahue October 17, 2004

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