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New England Revolution 2009

Record
11 W, 10 L, 9 T

Result
3rd, Eastern Conference

Team Leaders
Shalrie Joseph and Kheli Dube, 8 G
Shalrie Joseph, 8 A
Matt Reis, 0.96 GAA
Matt Reis, 114 SVS

Complete 2009 stats

Coach
Steve Nicol

Stadium
Gillette Stadium

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Once again the Revolution reached the playoffs, pushing the league's longest active streak to eight straight seasons. With Taylor Twellman still out because of injury, the Revs recorded just two wins in the first nine games of the season. Twellman returned for two games which the Revs both won, but was shelved for the rest of the season. New England advanced to the semifinals of SuperLiga 2009, falling to the Chicago Fire in the semifinals, and came out of the tournament hot, going 5-1-1 in the next seven league games to move up the East standings at the end of August. Despite winning just three games the rest of the season, the team advanced to the postseason on the heels of a 1-0 win on the road at Supporters Shield winner the Columbus Crew in the final game of the regular-season The Revs also extended their streak of meeting Chicago in the postseason, matching up against the Fire in the conference semifinals. After taking a 2-1 win at home in game one, the Revs dropped a 2-0 decision on the road to bow out of the playoffs.