Canadian Championship

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.

Vancouver Whitecaps 3-5 Toronto FC (PEN.) | Los escarlatas avanzan a la final por penales

Toronto clasifica a la final del Copa Canadiense tras vencer a Vancouver en penales

Toronto FC logró avanzar a la final del Campeonato Canadiense Amway tras vencer en definición desde el punto penal a Vancouver Whitecaps, el miércoles por la noche. Es la primera vez que el clasificado de las semifinales en el ACC (por sus siglas en inglés) avanza gracias a los penales.

Vancouver Whitecaps 2(3), Toronto FC 1(5) | Canadian Championship Match Recap

VAN 2(3), TOR 1(5): Reds hold on in PKs to advance to the final
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VANCOUVER, B.C. – Toronto FC are through to the finals of the Canadian Championship thanks to gutting out a victory on penalties after playing the Vancouver Whitecaps level through 210 minutes of action over two legs.


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Canadian Championship: Montreal Impact regret letting FC Edmonton rally after going up by 3

Impact regret letting FCE back in: "The game should have been 5, 6-0"

MONTREAL – As stirring as this game was for the neutral, it was a frustrating one for the Montreal Impact despite their win.

Montreal Impact 4 (5) - 2 (4) FC Edmonton | Montreal consigue avanzar a la final con dramatismo en los últimos minutos

Montreal avanza a la final de la Copa Canadiense con dramatismo

El drama se tomó la semifinal de vuelta del Campeonato Canadiense entre Montreal Impact y FC Edmonton, el miércoles por la noche, en el Stade Saputo.

Montreal logró avanzar a la final del torneo gracias a un penal converitdo por Patrice Bernier en el séptimo minuto de adición. El resultado final fue de 4-2 en favor del Impact, que consiguió el paso a su segunda final consecutiva, con un marcador global de 5-4.

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