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June 27th, 2012 10:03PM
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[WEEK 17]  Toronto FC picked up its first win since since Paul Mariner took over for Aron Winter as head coach with a 3-0 win at the Montreal Impact. The win was just the second in 14 games and first on the road in seven games for TFC, which got second-half goals from Torsten Frings, Ryan Johnson and Danny Koevermans. For all this week's action ...

WEEK 17, MLS GAMES:
June 27 in Montreal
Montreal 0 Toronto FC 3. Goals: Frings (unassisted) 52, Johnson (Soolsma) 72, Koevermans (Morgan, Johnson) 78.
Montreal -- Ricketts, Valentin (Sebrango, 65), Thomas, Brovsky, Neagle (Ubiparipovic, 76), Warner, Arnaud, Bernier, Camara, Felipe, Di Vaio (Nyassi, 55).
Toronto FC -- Kocic; Hall (Soolsma, 46), Emory, Morgan, Eckersley, Avila (Lambe, 73), de Guzman (Henry, 57), Frings, Dunfield, Johnson, Koevermans.
Referee: Geoff Gamble.
Att.: 14,412.

STANDINGS:

EASTERN CONFERENCE
PTS TEAM W-L-T- +/-
30 D.C. United 9-5-3 31/22
30 New York 9-4-3 31/24
29 Sporting KC 9-4-2 20/15
24 Chicago 7-5-3 20/19
20 Houston 5-5-5 20/23
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19 Columbus 5-5-4 14/15
18 New England 5-7-3 20/20
18 Montreal 5-9-3 24/29
11 Philadelphia 3-8-2 12/15
8 Toronto FC 2-10-2 16/28

WESTERN CONFERENCE
PTS TEAM W-L-T- +/-
33 San Jose 10-3-3 31/19
32 Real Salt Lake 10-5-2 28/19
26 Vancouver 7-4-5 18/19
25 Seattle 7-5-4 19/16
20 Los Angeles 6-8-2 22/23
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19 Colorado 6-8-1 21/21
19 Chivas USA 5-7-4 11/18
16 Portland 4-6-4 14/17
14 FC Dallas 3-9-5 16/26
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Note: All times ET.

WEEK 17, MLS GAMES:
June 29
Sporting KC vs. Chicago, 8 pm NBCSN
June 30
Toronto FC vs. New York, 7 pm Galavision
D.C. United vs. Montreal, 7:30 pm
New England vs. Seattle, 7:30 pm
Columbus vs. Real Salt Lake, 8 pm
Houston vs. Philadelphia, 8:30 pm
Colorado vs. Portland, 9 pm
San Jose vs. Los Angeles, 10 pm ESPN2 ESPN Deportes
(in Stanford, Calif.)



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