[MLS GOLEADORES] Three scoreless ties in Week 18 upped the season's total of stalemates to 24. Seattle and Colorado, however, provided some
fireworks as Fredy Montero scored his sixth in his team's 4-3 win. For the latest on the Golden Boot race ...
* Seattle's Fredy Montero scored his sixth goal of the season and notched his fifth assist in Seattle's 4-3 win over defending champion Colorado.
* Carlos Ruiz scored his sixth goal in Philadelphia's 3-0 win at New England to give the Guatemalan 88 regular-season goals in 169 games.
* Three of Week 18's seven games ended in scoreless tie and the week's goals-per-game average was a mere 1.86.
* MLS's leaguewide goals-per-game average is 2.40. The 2010 season ended with an all-time low 2.46 goals per game.
* MLS Leading Scorers
|Player ||Team ||Goals ||Assists |
|Thierry Henry||New York ||9 ||4 |
|Landon Donovan ||Los Angeles||9 ||1 |
|Charlie Davies||D.C. United ||8 ||1 |
|Brek Shea||FC Dallas ||8 ||1 |
|Andres Mendoza ||Columbus||7 ||1 |
Montero ||Seattle ||6 ||5 |
|Nick LaBrocca ||Chivas USA ||6 ||3 |
|Luke Rodgers ||New York ||6 ||3 |
|Chris Wondolowski||San Jose ||6 ||2 |
|Camilo ||Vancouver ||6 ||1 |
|Conor Casey ||Colorado||6 ||1 |
|Fabian Espindola ||Real Salt Lake||6 ||1 |
|Maicon Santos||Toronto FC ||6 ||1 |
|Eric Hassli||Vancouver ||6 ||0 |
|Carlos Ruiz ||Philadelphia ||6 ||0 |