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MLS regular-season movers
October 29th, 2012 8:50PM

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[BY THE NUMBERS] The San Jose Earthquakes, winners of the 2012 Supporters' Shield, led all teams with an increase in 29 points from its 2011 point total. The top four movers -- San Jose, D.C. United, Vancouver and Chicago -- all made the 2012 playoffs after missing out on the postseason last year.

Eastern Conference
+19 D.C. United
+14 Chicago Fire
+12 Sporting Kansas City
+11 New York Red Bulls
-4 Houston Dynamo
-5 Columbus Crew
-7 New England Revolution
-10 Toronto FC
-12 Philadelphia Union
-- Montreal Impact

Western Conference
+28 San Jose Earthquakes
+15 Vancouver Whitecaps
+7 Seattle Sounders
+4  Real Salt Lake
-6 Chivas USA
-8 Portland Timbers
-12 Colorado Rapids
-13 LA Galaxy
-13 FC Dallas
Note: 2012 playoff teams in bold.

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