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Toronto FC 1, Montreal Impact 1 | Canadian Championship Match Recap

TOR 1, MTL 1: Mapp's rocket cancels out Henry header in ACC first leg

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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.


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Mié, 05/28/2014 - 7:30pm
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Toronto FC vs. Montreal Impact | Canadian Championship Match Preview & Montreal Impact

BMO Field, Toronto, Ontario
May 28, 2014 (Amway Canadian Championship final first leg)
7:30 pm ET (Sportsnet One in Canada, FREE STREAM on in US, Mexico)


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Canadian Championship: Montreal Impact expect Toronto FC side eager to "avenge" 2013 result

Impact ready for TFC side set on revenge in Canadian Championship

MONTREAL – Toronto FC have said the Montreal Impact’s dismal MLS form will make them hungry come Wednesday in the first leg of the Amway Canadian Championship final (7:30 pm ET; Sportsnet One in Canada, Free Stream on in the US).

Good, then. Montreal expect a similar hunger from TFC.

Canadian Championship: Toronto FC wary of "hungry" rivals from Montreal in final first leg

TFC wary of "hungry" rivals from Montreal in Canadian Championship final

TORONTO – Toronto FC host the Montreal Impact in the first leg of the Amway Canadian Championship final on Wednesday (7:30 pm ET, Sportsnet One), and TFC head coach Ryan Nelsen is focused on one thing from the outset.

“We can’t concede an away goal,” he told reporters on Monday. “I think that kind of hurt us in the Vancouver leg."

Canadian Championship: Joe Bendik shootout save key in Toronto FC's win over Vancouver Whitecaps

Toronto FC's Bendik says Manneh tipped his hand for crucial PK

Fresh off a shootout victory over the Vancouver Whitecaps in a semifinal of the Amway Canadian Championship, Toronto FC’s star-studded lineup just added another big name in goalkeeper Joe Bendik.

Canadian Championship: Despite loss, Vancouver Whitecaps believe they can chase MLS Cup

Despite series loss to TFC, 'Caps find themselves in a good place moving forward
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VANCOUVER, B.C. – There was disappointment, but not despair, in the Vancouver Whitecaps' locker room following their penalty-shootout loss to Toronto FC in the second leg of Wednesday night's Canadian Championship semifinal.

Montreal Impact amazed at USMNT's snub of Justin Mapp: "He's one of the best players in the league"

Impact amazed at Mapp's USMNT snub: "He's one of the best in the league"

MONTREAL – Penalty kick, no penalty kick. Inside the box, outside the box. Hand, shoulder. There was much to disagree on in the Montreal Impact’s 4-2 Amway Canadian Championship semifinal win (5-4 on aggregate) over FC Edmonton on Wednesday night.

One thing, though, was pretty difficult to disagree with: Justin Mapp is really, really good.

Canadian Championship: Vancouver Whitecaps' Carl Robinson: "How can I be disappointed with a performance like that?"

'Caps' Robinson: "How can I be disappointed with a performance like that?"
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VANCOUVER, B.C. - Vancouver Whitecaps' Canadian Championship heartbreak continued at BC Place on Wednesday evening with a penalty shoot-out loss to Toronto FC in their semi-final second leg.

Canadian Championship: For Toronto FC, win over Vancouver Whitecaps a chance to "harden up"

For Toronto, win over Vancouver a chance to "toughen up"

Toronto FC survived a 2-1 loss in regulation time in the second leg of the Canadian Championship but managed to advance anyway, beating the Vancouver Whitecaps 5-3 in a penalty shootout to move on to the finals of the tournament.

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