MLS Regular Season

Canetti's Corner - October 1

Dynamo president recounts wild Saturday night at BBVA Compass Stadium
Canetti's Corner - October 1
Canetti's Corner
Dynamo President

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Wilf Thorne/Houston Dynamo

Our current slogan is, “EVERY GAME COUNTS!” That could not have been more apparent if you were at BBVA Compass Stadium for Saturday’s 2-0 win over New England.

If you’re like me, your heart was in your throat until Warren Creavalle found Boniek Garcia in stoppage time, effectively sealing the three points. It was a must win, and the team came through on a rain-drenched night.

Dynamo Notebook: Kinnear kept Columbus result quiet

Hall passes Onstad for season shutout record
Notebook: Kinnear kept Columbus result quiet
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The week ahead - Oct. 1-7

Player, appearances, MLS on NBC, El Capitan (Academy style) and more!
The week ahead - Oct. 1-7

Dynamo's wide play pays off in vital win vs. New England

Houston capitalizes on switch back to 4-4-2
Dynamo's wide play pays off in vital win vs. New England
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VIDEO: Watch the goals from Saturday's win over New England

Watch Ricardo Clark open his 2012 goal-scoring account
VIDEO: Watch the goals from Saturday's win over New England

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Photo Credit: 
Anthony Vasser/Houston Dynamo

Ricardo Clark puts the Dynamo ahead in the 77th minute

VIDEO: Dynamo 2, Revolution 0

Watch full highlights from Saturday's win at BBVA Compass Stadium
VIDEO: Dynamo 2, Revs 0
Match Highlights

Late goals give Dynamo 2-0 win over visiting Revs

Clark, Boniek score late to keep Dynamo in playoff position
Best for last
Dynamo Win
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Weather Update 10 a.m.

Rain or shine the game will be played
Weather Update
Weather Update
HoustonDynamo.com

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Photo Credit: 
James Nielsen / Houston Chronicle

If you have looked outside this morning, you have probably seen a bit of rain coming down. Tonight's match between the Dynamo and the Revolution at BBVA Compass Stadium is scheduled to go on as planned.

Barring a major storm that threatens the safety of the players and fans, tonight's match WILL NOT be canceled.

Visit from old rivals to test Houston

Revolution hold 4-1-1 advantage all-time in Houston
Visit from old rivals to test Houston
MLSsoccer.com

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Photo Credit: 
Courtesy Nigel Brooks

If there is one team that knows how to win in Houston, it is the New England Revolution.

The Revs have historically been a menace to the Dynamo, holding a 4-1-1 all-time record in the Bayou City. That's a good sign for a team which is out of the playoffs and looking to play spoiler over a franchise nemesis – Houston, after all, handed New England back-to-back MLS Cup losses in 2006 and 2007.

With that, the Dynamo are expecting a stiff test from a New England team with nothing to lose (7:30 pm CT, KPRC Local 2).

Match Preview: Dynamo vs. New England Revolution

Houston kicks off a three-game homestand with Saturday night showdown against New England
Preview: Dynamo vs. Revs
Match Preview

THE BASICS
Houston Dynamo vs. New England Revolution
Saturday, September 29, 7:30 p.m. CT
BBVA Compass Stadium
Revs lead 6-2-5

BROADCAST INFORMATION
TV
KPRC Local 2 - 7 p.m.

Radio
SportsTalk 790 - 7 p.m.
La Ranchera 850 -7 p.m.

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