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USL-1 Playoff Schedule
September 23rd, 2008 7AM



It will be a busy week for the Montreal Impact with a Concacaf Champions League game against Atlante of Mexico in Montreal on Wednesday. The Impact, the No. 3 seed, then heads to Seattle to face the USL First Division defending champion Sounders in the first round of the USL-1 quarterfinals on Friday and concludes the week with the second leg on Sunday at Saputo Park. The Sounders and Impact finished tied on the season, going 1-1-1.

Sept. 26 Seattle-Montreal
Sept. 28 Montreal-Seattle

The No. 2 Whitecaps open the series at home against the No. 7 Thunder, which clinched the final playoff berth on Saturday. The Whitecaps and Thunder also split the season series (1-1-1). The winner will face

Sept. 26 Vancouver-Minnesota
Sept. 28 Minnesota-Vancouver

Charleston swept the Rhinos, the only club among the field to have never missed the postseason, in all three games (2-0 and 3-1 at home at 1-0 away). Sunday's game in Charleston will be shown live on Fox Soccer Channel (7 pm ET).

Sept. 26 Rochester-Charleston
Sept. 28 Charleston-Rochester



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