MLS Regular Season

26 June 1:19 pm

It was a tough week for the Dynamo against Canadian opposition, as they were only able to get one point against Toronto F.C. and the Montreal Impact. The team fought hard to come back from a 3-1 deficit against Toronto to earn a 3-3 draw. Bobby Boswell got his first goal of the season off a patented Brad Davis corner kick, and Will Bruin scored two goals (including the game-winning header in the 90th minute) to even the score.

Notebook: Ugly habit of conceding first continues

Dynamo have allowed early goal in three of past four games
Notebook: Ugly habit of conceding first continues
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Saturday’s 4-2 loss to the Montreal Impact had the Houston Dynamo talking slow starts once again.

Coming into Saturday’s game, Houston had conceded a goal in the first 15 minutes in two of their past three contests. Against Montreal, the Dynamo once again found themselves in a quick hole after conceding a fourth-minute goal to Sanna Nyassi, setting up another match where the Dynamo had to play from behind.

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Dynamo/Union can be seen on FOX Sports Houston / MultiMedios Houston
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Tuesday, June 26

VIDEO: Montreal 4, Houston 2

Watch highlights from Saturday's loss at Saputo Stadium
VIDEO: Montreal 4, Houston 2
Highlights

Hampered by tired legs, Dynamo's Kinnear takes blame

Houston unable to recover following exhausting midweek draw
Hampered by tired legs, Dynamo's Kinnear takes blame
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HOUSTON – A congested schedule looks to have finally caught up with the Houston Dynamo.

On their fourth match in less than two weeks, the Dynamo fell to an aggressive Montreal Impact team energized by a good crowd and a new stadium. Coming out of halftime level at 2-2, the Dynamo were unable to match the home team’s energy and emotion. Houston did not have the legs as Montreal outshot the visitors 8-0 in the second 45 minutes and scored two decisive goals.

Strong second half surges Impact past Dynamo, 4-2

Davis, Bruin score goals in loss to Montreal
Dynamo fall to Impact
Dynamo lose
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MONTREAL – So far, so good at Stade Saputo.

The Montreal Impact have now scored eight goals in two games at their new home thanks to an entertaining 4-2 win over the Houston Dynamo. Montreal’s Sanna Nyassi and Davy Arnaud, and Houston’s Brad Davis and Will Bruin traded goals in a frantic first half before Hassoun Camara and Patrice Bernier closed the deal for the Impact.

Dynamo head north for first trip to Saputo Stadium

Houston winless in seven previous trips to Canada
Dynamo head north for first trip to Saputo Stadium
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Coming off a wild 3-3 draw at BBVA Compass Stadium, the Houston Dynamo will head to Canada for the second time in as many weeks for a matchup with the Montreal Impact. The expansion club has had its rough patches through the early portion of the season, but rebounded well last Saturday with a 4-1 thumping of the Seattle Sounders in the grand opening of the recently renovated Saputo Stadium.

WATCH: Ching discusses upcoming match with Montreal

Match Preview: Dynamo vs. Montreal Impact

Kickoff set for 6:30 pm CT on FOX Sports Houston and MultiMedios
Preview: Dynamo vs. Montreal
Montreal Preview

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THE BASICS
Montreal Impact vs. Houston Dynamo
Saturday, June 23, 6:30 p.m. CT
Stade Saputo, Montreal, Canada
All-time series: First meeting

BROADCAST INFORMATION
La Ranchera 850 - 6 p.m.
SportsTalk 790 - 6 p.m.
MultiMedios Houston - 6:30 p.m.
FOX Sports Houston Plus - 6:30 p.m. (Comcast=110; AT&T U-Verse SD=692 HD=1692; DirecTV SD=678 HD=678-1; Dish SD=443 HD=9581)
*The game will also air on regular FOX Sports Houston following the conclusion of the Astros postgame show.

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