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Leg 1
11/23 FINAL
1LA
0SEA
RECAP
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Leg 2
11/30 9:20pm
SEA
LA
ESPN
Western Conference Championship
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Leg 1
11/23 FINAL
1NY
2NE
RECAP
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Leg 2
11/29 3:00pm
NE
NY
NBCSN
Eastern Conference Championship

History

New England Revolution 2004

Record
8 W, 13 L, 9 T

Result
4th, Eastern Conference

Honors
MLS Scoring Co-Champion: Pat Noonan
Rookie of the Year: Clint Dempsey

Team Leaders
Pat Noonan, 11 G
Jose Cancela, 10 A
Matt Reis, 1.36 GAA
Matt Reis, 97 SVS

Complete 2004 stats

Coach
Steve Nicol

Stadium
Gillette Stadium

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It was a rollercoaster season, with the Revs earning a 1-4-2 mark through April and May before stringing together a seven-game midsummer unbeaten run. Injuries to key players saw others like Andy Dorman and Matt Reis step up, but as September began, the Revs sat in last place. However, the Revs made another late-season push - going 3-2-0 down the stretch - and used a 2-1 home victory over the Chicago Fire on the last night of the season to clinch a playoff berth. New England defeated the Columbus Crew in the conference semifinals - helped by Reis’ two penalty kick saves in Game Two of the series. The Revs then played D.C. United in the Eastern Conference Final at RFK Stadium, a 3-3 thriller widely considered MLS’ best match ever. New England lost to the eventual champions on penalty kicks after three times coming back from one-goal deficits, capped by Pat Noonan’s 85th minute equalizer. Also in 2004, Taylor Twellman scored his 42nd goal as a member of the Revolution to become the club’s all-time leading goal scorer and Clint Dempsey earned MLS Rookie of the Year honors.