Preseason

Stay the course: Though they won't rule out more moves, Houston Dynamo's roster largely complete

With the core of conference finalists still intact, Canetti & Co. aren't rushing for major deal
Stay the course
Stay the course
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HOUSTON – While many MLS teams were busy making plenty of changes to their rosters during the offseason, the Houston Dynamo largely stood pat. As a team that has made the MLS Cup or Eastern Conference Championship three years running, they know they have plenty of quality.

And although Dynamo coach Dominic Kinnear did not indicate any moves were on the horizon for his club, he admitted he is always looking to help the team.

27 January 6:30 pm

After the first day of 2014 training, midfielder Andrew Driver spoke about his return to the Houston Dynamo.

27 January 5:42 pm

Corey Ashe, Dominic Kinnear and Chris Canetti shared their thoughts on the upcoming 2014 campaign with the media in a press conference following the first training session of the year.

Houston Dynamo announce 2014 preseason schedule

Houston to compete in Carolina Challenge Cup Feb. 22-Mar. 1
Preseason schedule
Preseason schedule

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Anthony Vasser/Houston Dynamo

The Houston Dynamo announced their 2014 preseason schedule today, with training sessions beginning on Monday, January 27. The schedule is tentative and subject to change.

During preseason, the Dynamo will train and play friendlies in Tucson, Ariz., from February 4-10. The Arizona trip will include games against the Portland Timbers, San Jose Earthquakes and Vancouver Whitecaps. All matches will be played at the Kino Sports Complex.

Dynamo cruise to 6-1 scrimmage win over Houston Baptist University

Weaver strikes twice; Arena, Barnes, Dixon and Ownby add goals as Dynamo earn scrimmage win
Dynamo defeat Houston Baptist
HOU VS. HBU
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Dynamo drop Desert finale, 2-1, to Vancouver Whitecaps

Boswell's first half goal not enough as Whitecaps rally for scrimmage win
Dynamo drop Desert finale
HOU VS. VAN
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Elliot's goal sparks 1-0 Dynamo win over Colorado Rapids in Tucson scrimmage

Dynamo trialist Elliot strikes 63 seconds into match, with assist from rookie Jason Johnson
Dynamo 1, Rapids 0
HOU VS. COL
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The Houston Dynamo earned a 1-0 win over the Colorado Rapids on Thursday night in a preseason scrimmage at Kino Sports Complex in Tucson, Ariz. Dynamo trialist Calum Elliot scored the game-winning goal just 63 seconds into the match on a setup from rookie Jason Johnson

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