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Bruin and Keane chase 'El Pescadito'
by Paul Kennedy, November 15th, 2012 10:23PM

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[BY THE NUMBERS] Houston's Will Bruin and Los Angeles forward Robbie Keane have scored four goals apiece in the 2012 MLS playoffs, the most in a season since 2005, but they have a long way to go toward catching Carlos Ruiz, whose eight goals for the Galaxy in 2002 is the MLS playoff record.

MLS Playoff Goals (Season)
G PLAYER, TEAM (YEAR)
8 Carlos Ruiz, Los Angeles (2002)
6 Raul Diaz Arce, D.C. United (1996)
6 Roy Lassiter, Tampa Bay (1996)
5 Landon Donovan, Los Angeles (2001)
5 Stern John, Columbus (1999)
5 Jaime Moreno, D.C. United (1999)
5 Ariel Graziani, Dallas (1999)
5 Miklos Molnar, Kansas City (2000)
4 Will Bruin, Houston (2012)
4 Robbie Keane, Los Angeles (2012)
4 Landon Donovan, Los Angeles (2005)
4 Alecko Eskandarian, D.C. United (2004)
4 Landon Donovan, Los Angeles (2003)
4 Ante Razov, Chicago (2000)
4 Hristo Stoitchkov, Chicago (2000)
4 Adolfo Valencia, MetroStars (2000)
4 Roy Lassiter, D.C. United (1998)
4 Brian McBride, Columbus (1998)
4 Preki, Kansas City (1996)



1 comment
  1. John Hofmann
    commented on: November 16, 2012 at 12:37 p.m.
    When was Landon Donovan a member of San Jose?


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