All the sights from the Dynamo's 3-0 playoff win against the Montreal Impact on Halloween night.
Corey Ashe and Bobby Boswell look back on Thursday's win vs. Montreal and preview Sunday's semifinal match against the New York Red Bulls.
Hear from Dynamo Man of the Match Will Bruin after his two-goal performance against the Montreal Impact in the Eastern Conference Knockout Round in a 3-0 win for the Dynamo.
The Houston Dynamo (14‐11‐9/51 points/No. 4 seed) host the Montreal Impact (14‐13‐7/49 points/No. 5 seed) on Thursday night at BBVA Compass Stadium in the MLS Cup Playoffs Eastern Conference Knockout Round. The Dynamo clinched the fourth seed in the East and a place in the playoffs with a 2‐1 win at D.C. United on Sunday. The Impact fell at Toronto FC 1‐0 on Saturday but qualified for the playoffs for the first time after entering MLS in 2012. The Dynamo and Impact will play for the fourth time this season after three encounters in the regular season. The winner of Thursday’s game will advance to the Eastern Conference Semifinals and host the New York Red Bulls on Sunday at 2:30 p.m. CT.
Dynamo: Hall; Sarkodie, Boswell, Brunner, Ashe; García, Creavalle, Clark, Davis ©; Barnes, Bruin
Subs: Deric, López, Carrasco, Chabala, Weaver, Cummings, Driver
Montreal Impact: Perkins; Rivas, Brovsky, Ferrari ©, Camara; Pisanu, Bernadello, Warner, Mapp; Wenger, Di Vaio
Subs: Bush, Bernier, Le, Martin, DeLeon, Nyassi, Pajoy
It's playoff time in Houston, and with the Dynamo's Eastern Conference Knockout Round match against the Montreal Impact at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, we've got you covered on how to make sure you don't miss a second of it.
- BBVA Compass Stadium: The best way to catch the game is to be at the game, obviously. Tickets are still available here, including our popular Beer Garden and McDonald's 4-Pack options. We'll even have trick-or-treating and costume contests going on for your Halloween enjoyment. (If you're worried about the weather, forecasts have the skies clearing up before kickoff!)
- CSN Houston: Join Glenn Davis, Eddie Robinson and Sebastian Salazar for this all-important, do-or-die matchup on the official home of the Houston Dynamo.
- NBC Sports Network: Don't get CSN? NBC Sports Network is simulcasting the broadcast throughout the nation with no blackout restrictions in the Houston area.
- MLS Live: If you're on the go, the match is also available on MLS Live, again with no blackout restrictions.
There you have it. All of the ways to watch the Dynamo start another run at the MLS Cup.