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Playoff Scenarios: October 20, 2014

First in the East is clinched, but how do other rankings affect the Black-and-Red
Playoff Scenarios: 10/20

Sean Franklin vs New York 2014

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Eastern Conference:

D.C. United (17-9-7; 58 pts)

  • Games Remaining: 1 (10/25 vs. Montreal - Watch on dcunited.com/live)
  • Max Points Possible: 61
  • Playoff Seed: 1 – No Eastern Conference team can earn as many points as D.C. United.

New England Revolution: (16-13-4; 52)

Match Analysis: D.C. United v Chicago Fire

DCU's momentum peaking at the right time
Match Analysis: DCU v CHI

In front of a sellout crowd of 20,162 faithful, D.C. United clinched first place in the Eastern Conference. With a 2-1 win over the Chicago Fire on Saturday night, United cemented its positioning in the postseason with one remaining Regular Season game.

D.C. United vs. Chicago Fire Match Review: October 18, 2014

United earn three more points, clinch 1st place in the Conference
Match Review: DCU vs. CHI

Chris Pontius back on the scoresheet

After missing most of 2014, Pontius nets his first for the year
Pontius back on the scoresheet

D.C. United (17-9-7) clinched first place in the Eastern Conference with a 2-1 win over the Chicago Fire (5-10-18) at RFK Stadium. With one more Regular Season game remaining, United has gained that ever-important momentum heading into the MLS Cup Playoffs as well as crucial home field advantage for the post season.

Post-Match Quotes: October 18, 2014

"But tonight is a special night for the club and our players," Ben Olsen
Post-Match Quotes

2014 D.C. United Gear:

October 18 Recap: D.C. United 2 - Chicago Fire 1

United clinches the top spot in the Eastern Conference ahead of Playoff play
Recap: DCU 2 - CHI 1

Needing just a point to secure a first-place conference finish, D.C. United met the Chicago Fire on a brisk Saturday evening at RFK Stadium.

United did that and more, securing a 2-1 win over the Fire and pulling six points ahead of the second-place New England Revolution with only one game remaining. D.C. will finish atop the Eastern Conference for the first time since their Supporters’ Shield-winning 2007 campaign. 

GOAL: Eddie Johnson capitalizes on Chicago mistake

Johnson takes it himself, makes it 2-0
GOAL: EJ makes it 2-0

SAVE: Bill Hamid denies Sinama-Pongolle

Hamid does it again, comes up big for DCU
SAVE: Hamid denies Sinama-Pongolle
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