The 2014 Amway Canadian Championship wraps up on Wednesday evening, and if you want to catch it in the United States, you are in luck.
In addition to the games of the final being aired on SportsNet One throughout Canada, the second part of the two-leg tie between the Montreal Impact and Toronto FC will be streamed on MLSsoccer.com in the US. Anybody who has a free MLS Network account will have access to the stream.
Canadian Championship: Montreal Impact plan to rely on counterattack against Toronto FC in cup decider
MONTREAL -- Going into Wednesday's Amway Canadian Championship final second leg against Toronto FC (7:30 pm ET, free stream on MLSsoccer.com in US/Mexico, Sportsnet One in Canada) tied 1-1 on aggregate, the Montreal Impact's prospects bode fairly well.
MONTREAL IMPACT vs. TORONTO FC
Stade Saputo, Montreal, Quebec
June 4, 2014 (Amway Canadian Championship second leg)
7:30 pm ET (Sportsnet One in Canada, FREE STREAM on MLSsoccer.com in US, Mexico)
Canadian Championship: Toronto FC confident, but "on guard" entering Montreal for decisive second leg
TORONTO – There’s a positive buzz around Toronto FC training as the team prepares to head out to Montreal for the decisive match of the Amway Canadian Championship on Wednesday (7:30 pm ET, Free Stream on MLSsoccer.com in US, Sportsnet One in Canada).
MONTREAL – The Montreal Impact had just six players on the bench on Wednesday, but they managed to produce a fine second-half performance for a 1-1 draw against Toronto FC in the first leg of the Amway Canadian Championship final anyway.
MONTREAL – The Montreal Impact already had three reasons to win the Amway Canadian Championship final: knock out their archrival, progress to the CONCACAF Champions League and raising a trophy despite the difficult start to their season.
Since the second minute of Wednesday’s first leg, they have a fourth.
“We hope to win the Cup for Nelson,” Marco Di Vaio told reporters on Thursday.
TORONTO – In a game featuring plenty of firepower up top, it was Toronto FC’s two central defenders who stole the show in one way or another, with both Steven Caldwell and Doneil Henry providing plenty of talking points during the match.
For the second time in five days, the refereeing infuriated Frank Klopas. But while the Colorado Rapids’ emphatic 4-1 win on Saturday left few doubters, this one was different.
TORONTO – There will be plenty to play for next week in Montreal after first leg of the Amway Canadian Championship final between Toronto FC and the Montreal Impact ended in a 1-1 draw, the goals coming courtesy of Doneil Henry and Justin Mapp in each half, respectively.