MLS Regular Season

13 September 12:55 pm

Dynamo striker Will Bruin has made a huge jump from year one to year two. The Indiana University product scored five goals in his rookie campaign after being thrust into the starting lineup on opening day. Although expectations were high for the sophomore striker heading into 2012, Bruin has managed the expecations well to the tune of 11 goals and three assists in 27 games played.

Houston Dynamo, Dynamo Charities launch Bobby Boots Breast Cancer initiative

Dynamo defender Bobby Boswell to lead efforts to benefit the Methodist Cancer Center
Bobby Boots Breast Cancer

The Houston Dynamo and Dynamo Charities announced today their third-annual Bobby Boots Breast Cancer initiative, benefitting the Methodist Cancer Center.

The campaign, led by veteran Dynamo defender Bobby Boswell, is a partnership between Dynamo Charities and MLS W.O.R.K.S. to raise funds and awareness during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The main event for this initiative will be held when the Houston Dynamo host the Montreal Impact on Saturday, Oct. 6 at BBVA Compass Stadium.

Hall credits defenders for Houston record-tying 11th shutout

Dynamo have six games left to break individual regular season shutout record
Hall credits defenders for Houston record-tying 11th shutout
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Shutouts are a stat normally attributed to goalkeepers. But as Tally Hall spoke about tying Pat Onstad’s Houston Dynamo single season record – Hall earned his 11th shutout of the season against Real Salt Lake last Thursday – from 2007, he made it very clear: This is about much more than him.The Dynamo goalkeeper took over for the legendary Onstad in 2011, and since then he has put his time and effort into syncing up with his backline.

Tally Hall nominated for Save of the Week

Dynamo goalkeeper up for weekly honor for save on Borchers
Save of the Week
Save of Week
 

Dynamo Notebook: Calm before storm as stretch begins

Players get rest ahead of vital stretch
Dynamo Notebook: Calm before storm as stretch begins
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HOUSTON – The practice field at the Houston Amateur Sports Park was a lonely place last weekend, as the Houston Dynamo took a much-needed three-day break.

The downtime comes after Thursday’s thrilling 1-0 win over Real Salt Lake capped a rough 19-day stretch that saw the Dynamo play six games in three different countries in two competitions. In that time the Dynamo went 2-1-3 overall while battling fatigue, national team call-ups and illness, with their only loss a 3-1 setback to the Chicago Fire on Sept. 2.

11 September 9:45 am

For the first time in league history, Major League Soccer released the list of the the top-selling adidas player jerseys sold via either MLSGear.com, MLSGearCanada.ca, as well as MLS club websites. Two Houston Dynamo players are in the top 25 with Brian Ching coming in at No. 10 and Brad Davis at No. 18. Check out the full list below

TV Listings: Where to watch MLS, USMNT, CANMNT action

Dynamo, SKC play Friday night on NBC Sports Network
TV Listings: Where to watch MLS, USMNT, CANMNT action

Tuesday, September 11

CHAT TRANSCRIPT: Dynamo president Chris Canetti

Dynamo president to field questions about the team, stadium, business and more!
LIVE CHAT: Chris Canetti
LIVE CHAT

Notebook: Illness swept through squad before win

Dynamo forced to adjust lineup due to flu-bug
Notebook: Illness swept through squad before win
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Wilf Thorne/Houston Dynamo

Heading into Thursday night, Houston head coach Dominic Kinnear had a specific plan for how the Dynamo would line up against Real Salt Lake. Then it all blew up.

When Kinnear got to the stadium, he found out that not only was he missing the expected four players to international call-ups and two to injury, but that a flu-like illness had swept through the locker room, making the team’s gutsy performance all the more impressive.

Dynamo understand importance of RSL victory

Houston moves back into third place in Eastern Conference
Dynamo understand importance of RSL victory
HoustonDynamo.com

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Wilf Thorne/Houston Dynamo

At the end of a 34-game season, three points in September might not seem like much, but after last night's 1-0 victory over Real Salt Lake, Houston Dynamo players and coaches did not understate the importance of the three points on Houston's season. With the win, the Dynamo ended a four-game winless streak and moved back into third place in the Eastern Conference.

“It’s huge," head coach Dominic Kinnear said about last night's win. "With Columbus losing [Wednesday] night, it opens up a little opportunity for us."

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