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Highs and Lows in MLS
May 20th, 2009 7AM

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[BY THE NUMBERS] Two U.S. World Cup veterans lead the league in scoring. The league's highest scoring team is also its only undefeated club. Two teams have yet to earn a point on the road.

GOALSCORING LEADERS
Brian McBride (Chicago Fire) 6
Josh Wolff
(Kansas City)  6

ASSIST LEADERS
Cuauhtemoc Blanco (Chicago) 5
Santino Quaranta (D.C. United) 5

GOALKEEPER (lowest goals-against average)
Kasey Keller (Seattle) 0.41

GOALKEEPER (most shutouts)
Zach Thornton (Chivas USA) 6

GOALKEEPER (most saves)
Zach Thornton (Chivas USA) 38

MOST FOULS COMMITTED
Atiba Harris (Chivas USA) 26

MOST FOULS SUFFERED
Santiago Hirsig (Kansas City) 25

MOST YELLOW CARDS
Sacha Kljestan  (Chivas USA) 5

MOST RED CARDS
Carlos Johnson (New York) 2

TEAM (Most goals scored per game)
Chicago 1.78

TEAM (Fewest goals scored per game)
New England 0.88

TEAM (Fewest goals conceded per game)
Chivas USA 0.50

TEAM (Most goals conceded per game)
San Jose 2.00

TEAM (Best home record)
Chivas USA 5-0-1

TEAM (Best road record)
Chicago Fire 2-0-3

TEAM (Worst home record)
FC Dallas 1-2-1

TEAM (Worst road record)
San Jose  0-3-0
Real Salt Lake 0-4-0



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