MLS Newsstand – Saturday, October 23, 2004

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Western Conference Semifinals Game 1: Los Angeles Galaxy 0 at Colorado Rapids 1

  • Rapids get jump in MLS playoffs (Rocky Mountain News)
  • Cannon blanks Galaxy (Denver Post)
  • Galaxy Is but Mere Fodder for Cannon (Los Angeles Times)
  • Rapids shut out Galaxy for big win (Associated Press)
  • Peguero sinks Galaxy (LA Daily News)
  • Colorado's Cannon holds Galaxy at bay (Daily Breeze)
  • Galaxy falls in opener (Orange County Register)

    Eastern Conference Semifinals Game 1: Columbus Crew at New England Revolution

  • Revs traveled hard road (Boston Herald)
  • Crew's chances depend on how youngsters play (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Too close for comfort (Boston Globe)
  • Revs try not to fizzle in MLS playoff opener (Patriot Ledger)
  • Crew-Revolution Preview (Associated Press)

    Eastern Conference Semifinals Game 1: D.C. United at MetroStars

  • MetroStars display air of confidence (Herald News)
  • Newcomer Gomez 'Golden' for United (Washington Times)
  • As Playoffs Open, United Is in High Gear (Washington Post)
  • Metros in for rough time (New York Post)
  • Bradley, Metros ready to host Adu (Daily Record)
  • Moreno should be league MVP (Washington Times)
  • MetroStars (11-12-7) vs. D.C. United (11-10-9) (Star-Ledger)
  • United-MetroStars Preview (Associated Press)

    Western Conference Semifinals Game 1: Kansas City Wizards at San Jose Earthquakes

  • Quakes shake distractions aside as defense of title starts vs. K.C. (San Francisco Chronicle)

    MLS Cup Playoffs and other soccer

  • Playoff predictions (
  • Crew will try to keep paddles in MLS water (Rocky Mountain News)
  • MLS' $150 million shot in the arm (
  • Eight players who could rule the MLS postseason (Fox Sports World)
  • U.S. women hit the field at Reliant (Houston Chronicle)
  • Hamm returns to Texas (Star-Telegram)
  • Storm brings family atmosphere to MISL (Daily Herald)