MLS Newsstand – Monday, May 9, 2005

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Colorado Rapids 2 at Los Angeles Galaxy 3
Galaxy Is Helped by Whistle Blower (L.A. Times)
Colorado cries foul over penalty kicks (Rocky Mountain News)
Penalty kicks prove difference for Galaxy (Orange County Register)
Penalties send Galaxy to first place (San Bernardino County Sun)
Galaxy notebook: Donovan gives a few Mother's Day gifts (Daily Breeze)
Donovan's late surge boosts the Galaxy (Daily Breeze)
Donovan makes Colorado pay (Press Enterprise)
Galaxy Catches a Possible Break (Los Angeles Times)
Mastroeni appeal denied (Rocky Mountain News)
Midfielder's goal is goals (San Bernardino County Sun)
Galaxy will try not to overlook Colorado (Daily Breeze)

San Jose Earthquakes 1 at MetroStars 0
Home sour home as they lose again (Star-Ledger)
Quakes discover defense in 1-0 win (San Jose Mercury News)
Faced with deficit, Metros vanish (New York Daily News)
Punchless Metros fall to 'Quakes (New York Post)
MetroStars shaken up (North Jersey Herald News)
Wells still has cross to bear (North Jersey Herald News)
If the pattern holds, Quakes will tie 6-6 (San Jose Mercury News)
Metros getting defensive (New York Post)
MetroStars' Ward looks to team for advice (Asbury Park Press)

Chicago Fire 0 at New England Revolution 2
Hot Revs rip Fire: Shutout extends unbeaten run (Boston Herald)
Revolution hotter than Fire (Boston Globe)
New England revs up in 2nd half, blanks Fire (Chicago Sun-Times)
Highlight reel moment for Dempsey (Boston Globe)
Unbeaten Revolution puts out Fire (MetroWest Daily News)
Revs uphold trend of quality first-round picks (MetroWest Daily News)
Fire can't halt Revolution (Chicago Daily Southtown)
Revs keep rolling, shut down Fire (Providence Journal)
Easy going for Revs' Reis (Attleboro Sun-Chronicle)
Ralston assist matches Moore (Boston Herald)
Revs vow reign won't be ruined by Fire (Boston Herald)
Taking a lead role (MetroWest Daily News)
Undefeated Revs get boost from rare roster stability (Providence Journal)

Columbus Crew 1 at D.C. United 3
Adu breaks out in United's victory (Washington Times)
One goal just not enough for Crew (Columbus Dispatch)
Adu Starts, United Finishes in Win (Washington Post)
Glen gets first start at forward (Columbus Dispatch)
United's Gomez thrives despite early exits (Washington Times)
United Hopes It Can Field a Winner (Washington Post)
Banged-up Crew hoping to end slump against United (Columbus Dispatch)

FC Dallas 3 at Kansas City Wizards 3
Wizards have a fit with their tie (Kansas City Star)
FC Dallas rallies late to tie (Star-Telegram)
Preki sees action (Kansas City Star)
2nd-half rally lifts FC Dallas to draw with KC (Dallas Morning News)
He's got a goal in mind (Kansas City Star)
Having a ball (Kansas City Star)
FC Dallas can't avoid the 'negative' (Dallas Morning News)
Rookie Sealy adds to Wizards' arsenal (Kansas City Star)

Real Salt Lake 0 at Chivas USA 1
Chivas USA devours Real Salt Lake for 1st victory (Daily Breeze)
RSL gets another road loss (Salt Lake Tribune)
Chivas USA nets first MLS victory (Press-Enterprise)
Win is a first for Chivas USA (Pasadena Star News)
Another game, another lineup change (Salt Lake Tribune)
Cuadros hits penalty, Chivas USA wins first (Orange County Register)
Injuries make RSL loss worse (Deseret Morning News)
Home Depot a Real difficult place to play (Deseret Morning News)
No Wins, but Plenty of Urgency (Los Angeles Times)
RSL off to faster start than expansion sibling (Salt Lake Tribune)
Turning point (Press-Enterprise)
Bragging rights on line with CD Chivas (Deseret Morning News)

Other soccer articles
Top scorer Dempsey fishes for celebrations, hits homer (USA Today)
Cold, rain can't slow torrid Revs (Boston Herald)
Real-ity bites for Salt Lake (Deseret Morning News)
Revolution find a formula (Boston Globe)
The Beautiful Game is dying in New York (New York Daily News)
RSL may be without key players vs. Galaxy (Salt Lake Tribune)
Injuries starting to add to RSL's woes (Ogden Standard Examiner)
cotton to the core - Landon Donovan (Denver Post)
MLS makes progress - slowly, steadily (Northwest Herald)
MLS parity? Yes in '04, but maybe not this year (Houston Chronicle)
Kicking and dreaming (Toronto Sun)
Tough task (Press-Enterprise)
Donovan discovers peace (Daily Bulletin)

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