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Toronto FC break all-time MLS points record

Toronto FC just finished one of the greatest single seasons in MLS history.

They already captured the 2017 Canadian Championship crown back in June, and here are some of the other all-time marks that Toronto either reached or came close to reaching.

Supporters' Shield

On September 30, Toronto FC became the first Canadian club to win the Supporters' Shield

Most Points

Toronto FC's 69 points are the most any team has collected in an MLS season.

  1. Toronto FC (2017): 69 pts
  2. LA Galaxy (1998): 68 pts
  3. LA Galaxy (2011): 67 pts
  4. San Jose Earthquakes (2012): 66 pts
  5. San Jose Earthquakes (2005): 64 pts

Most Points Per Game

Only three teams in MLS history registered 2.0 points per game or more before this season. Toronto FC became the fourth in 2017, finishing on 2.03 ppg. 

  1. LA Galaxy (1998): 2.13 ppg
  2. Miami Fusion (2001): 2.04 ppg
  3. Toronto FC (2017): 2.03 ppg
  4. San Jose Earthquakes (2005): 2 ppg

Most Wins

In the post-shootout era (since 2000), this record is held by the 2014 Seattle Sounders, and now Toronto FC, with 20 wins

T-1. Seattle Sounders (2014): 20 wins
T-1. Toronto FC (2017): 20 wins
2. LA Galaxy (2011): 19 wins
3. San Jose Earthquakes (2012): 19 wins

Most Goals Scored

With 74 goals scored, Toronto FC tied 1998 D.C. United for the second-most ever.

1. LA Galaxy (1998): 85 goals
T-2. Toronto FC (2017): 74 goals
T-2. D.C. United (1998): 74 goals
3. San Jose Earthquakes (2012): 72 goals
4. D.C. United (1997): 70 goals

Best Goal Differential

The 1998 LA Galaxy (+41) logged the best goal differential total in league history. 

After their 2-2 draw in Atlanta, Toronto FC finished at +37 (74 goals scored vs. 37 goals allowed).

  1. LA Galaxy (1998): +41
  2. Toronto FC (2017): +37
  3. LA Galaxy (2014): +32
  4. Atlanta United (2017): +30
  5. San Jose Earthquakes (2012): +29

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