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MLS Cup goalkeeper appearances
by Paul Kennedy, November 17th, 2011 9:03PM
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[MAKING A LIST] Josh Saunders is one of 19 keepers to have played in an MLS Cup, and he's the only one to come on as a sub, replacing Jamaican Donovan Ricketts in the Los Angeles goal in the second half of MLS Cup 2009 won by Real Salt Lake in a shootout. Houston's Tally Hallwill become the 20th goalie to play in the MLS final. For all the MLS Cup goalies ranked by appearances ...

GP (W-L) GOALIE (TEAMS)
5 (2-3) Kevin Hartman (Los Angeles, FC Dallas)
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3 (1-2) Zach Thornton (Chicago)
3 (3-0) Pat Onstad (San Jose, Houston)
3 (0-3) Matt Reis (New England)
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2 (1-1) Tom Presthus (D.C. United)
2 (2-0) Nick Rimando (D.C. United, Real Salt Lake)
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1 (1-0) Mark Simpson (D.C. United)
1 (0-1) Jorge Campos (Los Angeles)
1 (1-0) Scott Garlick (D.C. United)
1 (0-1) Marcus Hahnemann (Colorado)
1 (1-0) Tony Meola (Kansas City)
1 (1-0) Joe Cannon (San Jose)
1 (0-1) Adin Brown (New England)
1 (0-1) Bo Oshoniyi (Kansas City)
1 (1-0) William Hesmer (Columbus)
1 (0-1) Danny Cepero (New York)
1 (0-0) Donovan Ricketts (Los Angeles)
1 (0-1) Josh Saunders (Los Angeles)
1 (1-0) Matt Pickens (Colorado)



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  1. C. Zee
    commented on: November 19, 2011 at 3:29 p.m.
    That should be JOE Cannon.

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