Houston Dynamo milestones from Saturday's match at Toronto FC

Saturday's draw gives Dynamo best seven-game start since 2006

Not only did the Houston Dynamo earn their first road point of the season in Saturday's 1-1 draw at BMO Field, they also set a few milestones in the process.

Through seven games, the Dynamo are now 4-2-1 (13 points) which ties them for their best seven-game start in franchise history. Check out the chart below to see the Dynamo historically through their first seven games.

2006 13 points (4-2-1)
2013 13 points (4-2-1)
2009 11 points (3-2-2)
2011 11 points (3-1-3)
2010 10 points (3-3-1)
2012 8 points (2-3-2)
2008 7 points (1-2-4)
2007 7 points (2-4-1)

In 2006, the Dynamo lost their eighth game of the season, so a win or a draw on Sunday would give Houston its best eight-game start in franchise history.

Also on Saturday, Andrew Driver recorded his first assist for the Dynamo, curling in the corner kick that led to Warren Creavalle's game-tying goal in the 94th-minute.

Although the second assist on the goal went to Driver, the primary assist went to midfielder Ricardo Clark, who redirected Driver's set piece toward the net. The assist was the tenth career regular season assist for Clark and his 11th in all competitions. Clark is now tied for Craig Waibel for ninth place on the all-time list for assists in all competitions. The veteran midfielder also played in his 199th career regular season game on Saturday, meaning Clark could reach the 200-game plateau if he plays in Sunday's match vs. Colorado.

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