MLS Newsstand – Sunday, October 31, 2004

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Eastern Conference Semifinals Game 2: New England Revolution at Columbus Crew

  • Crew's hopes for title rest in response to Revolution (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Dempsey ready for hostility (Boston Herald)
  • Joseph tackles every task (Boston Globe)
  • Fraser lays solid foundation as Crew goes to work (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Twellman adjusts to change (Boston Herald)

    Eastern Conference Semis: MetroStars 0 at D.C. United 2 (DC advances on 4-0 aggregate)

  • United Earns Style Points, Moves to Conference Final (Washington Post)
  • Metros kick the bucket (New York Post)
  • United advances to final in East (Washington Times)
  • D.C. United Puts End to MetroStars' Season (Associated Press)

    Western Conference Semis: San Jose 0 at Kansas City 3 (KC advances on 3-2 aggregate)

  • Wizards' comeback rocks Earthquakes (Kansas City Star)
  • Quakes crash out of playoffs (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Galaxy face a net deficit in playoff series with Rapids (Daily Breeze)
  • Califf, Galaxy must take their chance (Orange County Register)
  • Stephenson's first start comes at right time (Kansas City Star)
  • Kansas City Advances to MLS Western Final (Associated Press)

    Western Conference Semis: Colorado 0 at Los Angeles 2 (LA advances on 2-1 aggregate)

  • Galaxy Accomplishes Goals Against Rapids (Los Angeles Times)
  • Galaxy dominates on home field (Denver Post)
  • Galaxy make a rapid move from the brink of elimination (Daily Breeze)
  • Galaxy uses tip to win series (Orange County Register)
  • Coach likes postseason formula (Denver Post)
  • LA wins, moves on (The Press-Enterprise)
  • Rapids eliminated (Associated Press)

    MLS and other soccer

  • Leaving LA not easy for Schmid (Houston Chronicle)
  • U.S. goalies get chance to play (Sun-Sentinel)
  • It's now or never for Crew, Wizards (Rocky Mountain News)
  • Too many games may be taking toll (Atlanta Journal Constitution)
  • World Cup qualifier scheduled for OB (Miami Herald)
  • Draw to Be Held for Confederations Cup (Associated Press)

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