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19 July 1:30 pm

Brad Davis continued his sizzling form on Saturday in Toronto, scoring two goals inside the first 30 minutes for his eighth consecutive Dynamo appearance with a goal or an assist. Davis is now tied for the eighth-longest streak of consecutive games with a goal or assist in MLS history. The stretch began on March 29 with an assist on Ricardo Clark’s goal at Vancouver. The streak includes four goals and five assists during the eight games. Davis is one of 17 players in league history to record a streak of eight or more games, including former teammate Brian Ching. Davis is three games from matching the league record (11 games), set by Roy Lassiter and Ronald Cerritos.

Longest streak of consecutive games with a goal or assist in  MLS history:







Roy Lassiter

Tampa Bay/D.C. United




Ronald Cerritos

San Jose




Mauricio Cienfuegos

Los Angeles




Raul Diaz Arce

D.C. United




Cobi Jones

Los Angeles




Fredy Montero





Amado Guevara

New York




Brad Davis





Brian Ching

San Jose/Houston



(Source: 2014 MLS Fact and Record Book)

*In addition to Davis and Ching, several other players recorded a streak of eight consecutive games: Jeff Cunningham (2001), Jaime Moreno (1997-98), Roy Lassiter (1996-97 & 1999), Martin Machon (2000), Taylor Twellman (2005), Jim Rooney (2001), Chris Henderson (2001-02), Carlos Ruiz (2006), Fredy Montero (2011) and Chris Wondolowski (2012).

Davis will try to make it nine consecutive games with a goal or an assist tonight as the Dynamo host Toronto FC at 8 p.m. at BBVA Compass Stadium. Tickets are still available

04 July 8:09 pm

It took just 40 seconds for Giles Barnes to open the scoring versus New York.


30 May 1:29 pm

Short handed by injuries, suspensions and World Cup call ups, the Dynamo head to Colorado determined to stop their recent slide.

22 May 10:38 am

After David Horst's latest effort, the Dynamo are making quite the habit of amazing goal line saves. What is your favorite?

20 May 4:48 pm

Relive Saturday's 1-0 win over the LA Galaxy with DynamoTV's Rewind.

19 May 5:36 pm

Enjoy Saturday's 1-0 win over the LA Galaxy with an all-new edition of Tunnel Vision from Dynamo TV.

19 May 10:43 am

After Saturday's win over the LA Galaxy, Dynamo TV spoke to David Horst, Andrew Driver and Mark Sherrod.

16 May 11:03 am

How will Houston rebound from the Real Salt Lake loss? Who steps up for Brad Davis? All will be answered on Saturday night vs. LA.

15 May 4:02 pm

Go behind-the-scenes of Houston's match with Real Salt Lake.

11 May 12:48 pm

Here are some pregame notes ahead of Sunday's Mother's Day matchup between the Houston Dynamo and Real Salt Lake:

Bruin reaches six goals earliest in four-year career: Dynamo forward Will Bruin scored his sixth goal of the 2014 season on Wednesday against Columbus. Bruin now has six goals through ten games, his fastest six goal start to a season in his Dynamo career. Bruin needed 13 games (June 16, vs. FC Dallas) to reach six goals in 2012, when he scored 12 goals in the regular season and added four more in the playoffs to set a franchise record for goals in a season. 

Bruin fastest Dynamo player to six goals since Ching in 2006: Will Bruin (10 games) is the earliest Dynamo player to score six goals in a season since Brian Ching in 2006. Spurred by four goals in the club’s inaugural match, Ching scored six goals in Houston’s first five games of the 2006 season. Ching added his seventh goal in the club’s sixth game.

Bruin seeking Houston’s first four-game scoring streak: Will Bruin has scored in three consecutive games and is the first Dynamo player to accomplish the feat since he scored in three straight games in June 2012 (four goals in a three-game span). Bruin is the first player in Dynamo history with three career three-game scoring streaks. Bruin’s first came in April 2012. His current streak marks the seventh time a Dynamo player has scored in three consecutive games: Bruin 3X; Ching 2006, 2008; Joseph Ngwenya 2007; Stuart Holden 2009). No Dynamo player has ever scored in four consecutive games.  

Kinnear one point from 500 career points: Dynamo head coach Dominic Kinnear has 499 points as an MLS head coach after Wednesday’s win over Columbus. With a point or more on Sunday vs. Real Salt Lake, he’ll become the third head coach in MLS history to reach 500 career points. Kinnear is in his 11th year as head coach between Houston and San Jose and trails only Sigi Schmid and Bruce Arena on the league’s all-time wins and points lists.

Enjoy the game!