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2007 MLS Statistical Leaders
March 26th, 2008 6:30AM

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Final Standings
EASTERN-W-L-T-P-GF-GA
D.C. United 16-7-7-55-56-34
New England 14-8-8-50-51-43
New York 12-11-7-43-47-45
Chicago 10-10-10-40-31-36
Kansas City 11-12-7-40-45-45
Columbus 9-11-10-37-39-44
Toronto FC 6-17-7-25-25-49
WESTERN -W-L-T-P-GF-GA
Chivas USA 15-7-8-53-46-28
Houston 15-8-7-52-43-23
FC Dallas 13-12-5-44-37-44
Colorado 9-13-8-35-29-34
Los Angeles 9-14-7-34-38-48
Real Salt Lake 6-15-9-27-31-45

Games
PLAYER (TEAM) GP
Klein (Los Angeles) 32
C.Barrett (Chicago) 30
W.Barrett (Houston) 30
Coundoul (Colorado) 30
Dorman (New England) 30
Hartman (Kansas City) 30
Mulrooney (Houston) 30
Ngwenya (Houston) 30
Reis (New England) 30

Goals
PLAYER (TEAM) GP-G
Emilio (D.C. United) 29-20
Angel (New York) 24-19
Twellman (New England) 26-16
Johnson (Kansas City) 24-15
Galindo (Chivas USA) 28-12
Razov (Chivas USA) 26-11
Gomez (D.C. United) 27-10
Altidore (New York) 22-9
Donovan (Los Angeles) 25-8
Findley (Real Salt Lake) 25-8

Game-Winning Goals
PLAYER (TEAM) GP-GWG
Johnson (Kansas City) 24-6
Angel (New York) 24-5
Twellman (New England) 26-5
Galindo (Chivas USA) 28-5
Razov (Chivas USA) 26-4
Emilio (D.C. United) 29-4

Hat Tricks
PLAYER (TEAM) GP-HT
Johnson (Kansas City) 24-2
Davis (Houston) 17-1
Jaqua (Houston) 25-1
Olsen (D.C. United) 24-1

Assists
PLAYER (TEAM) GP-A
Ralston (New England) 26-14
Donovan (Los Angeles) 25-13
Kljestan (Chivas USA) 25-13
Barros Schelotto (Columbus) 22-11
Arnaud (Kansas City) 28-9
Gomez (D.C. United) 27-9
Fred (D.C. United) 26-8
Razov (Chivas USA) 26-8
van den Bergh (New York) 29-8

Shots
PLAYER (TEAM) GP-S
Angel (New York) 24-97
Twellman (New England) 26-90
Razov (Chivas USA) 26-85
Gomez (D.C. United) 27-82
Emilio (D.C. United) 29-79
Johnson (Kansas City) 24-75
Arnaud (Kansas City) 28-74
De Rosario (Houston) 24-62
Alvarez (FC Dallas) 27-61
Barrett (Chicago) 30-59
Gaven (Columbus) 27-59
Ruiz (FC Dallas) 22-59

Goals-Against Average
PLAYER (TEAM) GAA
Onstad (Houston) 0.82
Guzan (Chivas USA) 0.93
Coundoul (Colorado) 1.08
Conway (New York) 1.10
Perkins (D.C. United) 1.10
Rickens (Chicago) 1.15
Rimando (Real Salt Lake) 1.37
Reis (New England) 1.43
Hesmer (Columbus) 1.45
Hartman (Kansas City) 1.50

Fouls Committed
PLAYER (TEAM) GP-FC
Toja (FC Dallas) 27-83
Robinson (Houston) 25-70
Edu (Toronto FC) 25-65
Larentowicz (New England) 28-61
Cochrane (Houston) 25-55
Joseph (New England) 27-55
Moreno (Columbus) 29-54
Richards (New York) 28-50
Robinson (Toronto FC) 26-50
Olsen (D.C. United) 24-49

Fouls Suffered
PLAYER (TEAM) GP-FS
Moreno (Columbus) 29-93
Barros Schelotto (Columbus) 22-65
Robinson (Houston) 25-64
Arnaud (Kansas City) 28-63
Blanco (Chivas USA) 14-61
Ngwenya (Houston) 30-60
Johnson (Kansas City) 24-57
Mullan (Houston) 28-55
Galindo (Chivas USA) 28-53
Joseph (New England) 27-52

Yellow Cards
PLAYER (TEAM) GP-YC
Robinson (Houston) 25-11
Beckerman (Real Salt Lake) 28-9
Eskandarian (Real Salt Lake) 23-9
Marsch (Chivas USA) 28-9
Ruiz (FC Dallas) 22-9
Ballouchy (Colorado) 23-8
Nagamura (Chivas USA) 26-8
Olsen (D.C. United) 24-8

Red Cards
PLAYER (TEAM) GP-RC
Boyens (Toronto FC) 23-2
Ihemelu (Colorado) 25-2
Martino (Los Angeles) 26-2
Mathis (New York) 26-2

Attendance
TEAM AVG.
Los Angeles 24,252
D.C. United 20,967
Toronto FC 20,130
New England 16,787
New York 16,530
Chicago 16,490
Real Salt Lake 15,960
Houston 15,883
Columbus 15,230
FC Dallas 15,145
Colorado 14,749
Chivas USA 14,305
Kansas City 11,586
MLS Average 16,770


 

 



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