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Chasing History: Toronto FC on pace for one of the greatest seasons ever

With one match left to play in the 2017 regular season, Toronto FC are currently on pace to log 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 within Toronto's reach:

Supporters' Shield

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

Most Points

Toronto FC are currently even with the 1998 LA Galaxy for most points (68) in an MLS regular season. Toronto FC can still make that mark their own in the final week of the campaign.

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

* = 1 match left to play

Most Points Per Game

Only three teams in MLS history have registered 2.0 points per game or more. Toronto FC currently have the second-highest average of all-time: 

  1. LA Galaxy (1998): 2.13 ppg
  2. Toronto FC (2017): 2.06 ppg*
  3. Miami Fusion (2001): 2.04 ppg
  4. San Jose Earthquakes (2005): 2 ppg

* = 1 match left to play

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. Toronto can set a new mark by winning their regular-season finale next week. 

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

* = 1 match left to play

Most Goals Scored

With 72 goals scored and one match left to play, Toronto FC have a shot at moving into second place:

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

* = 1 match left to play

Best Goal Differential

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

After their 1-0 win over the Montreal Impact on Oct. 15, Toronto FC are currently at +37 (72 goals scored vs. 35 goals allowed).

  1. LA Galaxy (1998): +41
  2. Toronto FC (2017): +37*
  3. LA Galaxy (2014): +32
  4. San Jose Earthquakes (2012): +29
  5. D.C. United (1998): +26
  6. Real Salt Lake (2010): +25

* = 1 match left to play

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