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MLS STATISTICS (through May 28)
May 30th, 2005 2:08PM
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MLS STATISTICS (through May 28)

STANDINGS

Eastern Conference

Team W-L-T PTS

New England 6-0-3 21

Chicago 5-4-1 16

Kansas City 4-2-3 15

Metrostars 3-3-3 12

D.C. United 3-4-2 11

Columbus 3-6-1 10

Western Conference

Team W-L-T PTS

FC Dallas 6-1-3 21

Los Angeles 6-2-1 19

San Jose 3-3-4 13

Real Salt Lake 3-5-2 11

Colorado 2-7-2 8

Chivas USA 1-8-1 4

SCHEDULE (home team first, times ET)

Tuesday, May 31

Metrostars-Chicago, 6:30 pm.

Wednesday, June 1

Chivas USA-Kansas City, 10:30 pm.

Saturday, June 4

Chicago-Chivas USA, 4 pm.

New England-Kansas City, 7:30 pm.

Los Angeles-Metrostars, 10 pm.

Real Salt Lake-FC Dallas, 10 pm.

San Jose-D.C. United, 10:30 pm.

(Direct Kick Package and regional TV schedule will appear in Friday's Daily.)

WEEK 9 RESULTS

Wednesday, May 25

Kansas City 1 Metrostars 0

Colorado 0 San Jose 1

Los Angeles 0 Columbus 0

Saturday, May 28

New England 0 Colorado 0

Columbus 0 Metrostars 3

D.C. United 0 FC Dallas 2

Kansas City 1 San Jose 0

Real Salt Lake 0 Chicago 3

Chivas USA 0 Los Angeles 2

LEADING SCORERS

Player (team) goals-assists: points

Ruiz (FC Dallas) 7-2: 16

Twellman (New England) 6-3: 15

Dempsey (New England) 5-4: 14

Donovan (Los Angeles) 5-4: 14

OBrien (FC Dallas) 4-5: 13

Guevara (Metrostars) 4-4: 12

Klein (Kansas City) 4-4: 12

Wolff (Kansas City) 4-4: 12

Johnson (FC Dallas) 5-1: 11

Cerritos (San Jose) 4-2: 10

Ching (San Jose) 4-2: 10

Moreno (D.C. United) 4-2: 10

Kirovski (Los Angeles) 3-4: 10

Gaven (Metrostars) 4-2: 10

Noonan (New England) 4-1: 9

Cunningham (Columbus) 4-1: 9

Vagenas (Los Angeles) 4-1: 9

Kreis (Real Salt Lake) 4-0: 8

Davis (San Jose) 1-6: 8

Buddle (Columbus) 3-1: 7

Gomez (D.C. United) 3-1: 7

ATTENDANCE

Team: average home attendance

Los Angeles: 22,400

Chicago: 21,569

Real Salt Lake: 18,121

D.C. United: 16,598

Chivas USA: 14,395

Columbus: 11,194

Kansas City: 10,231

Colorado: 10,321

Metrostars: 11,061

New England: 10,304

San Jose: 9,836

FC Dallas: 8,583

Leaguewide: 58 games, 808,092 fans for 13,933.

GOALSCORING AVERAGE

Team: goals scored per game

FC Dallas: 2.00

Kansas City: 2.00

New England: 2.00

Los Angeles: 1.78

Metrostars: 1.44

San Jose: 1.40

D.C. United: 1.33

Chicago: 1.20

Colorado: 1.00

Chivas USA: 0.90

Real Salt Lake: 0.80

Columbus: 0.70

Leaguewide goals per game average: 2.72 goals per game.



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