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Revs' playoff hunt continues after 3-1 loss to Chicago

Juan Agudelo's 31st-minute goal was not enough for the Revolution against Chicago on Saturday. BRIDGEVIEW, Ill.--For the third straight week the New England Revolution failed to secure a postseason berth as the Chicago Fire came from behind to claim a 3-1 win Saturday at Toyota Park.

Union 'keeper Andre Blake frustrates Revolution

”Sometimes it’s like that,” said Jermaine Jones after the Revs' 1-1 draw with Philadelphia. "In soccer if you don’t use your chances, the other team gets one chance and scores.” The Philadelphia Union were so sure that Andre Blake was the next coming of Donovan Ricketts that they traded up in the 2014 MLS SuperDraft to get him, giving DC United their number two pick plus allocation money and making the Jamaica native and University of Connecticut standout the first goalkeeper in MLS history chosen with the top pick.

Revs' playoff pursuit continues after tie with Union

Lee Nguyen put the revolution on the board against the Union with a 36th-minute penalty kick. FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--With a chance to clinch a playoff spot and claim the top spot in the East, the New England Revolution dominated every phase of play but could not get past Philadelphia Union goalkeeper Andre Blake as the teams played to a 1-1 draw at Gillette Stadium on Saturday night.

Streaking Revs stopped short by Impact

Bobby Shuttleworth made his 100th revolution start in Saturday's 3-0 loss to Montreal. MONTREAL--On a wet night at sold-out Stade Saputo, the Montreal Impact took advantage of deflections on either side of intermission and the skill of Didier Drogba to post a 3-0 win and end the New England Revolution’s winning streak at six and unbeaten run at eight.

Revs' defensive success starts on the attacking end

In addition to scoring the game-winning goal against the Red Bulls on Wednesday, Kelyn Rowe was credited with a team-high four tackles. Sometimes the key to defense is in the attacking end. That was the message from New England head coach Jay Heaps and goalkeeper Bobby Shuttleworth after the Revs bottled up the high-powered New York Red Bulls offense on Wednesday night in Foxborough on their way to grinding out a 2-1 victory and overtaking New York to claim pole position in the Eastern Conference.

Fagundez, Rowe lift Revs over Red Bulls, into first place

Diego Fagundez extended his scoring streak to four games with a first-minute goal against the Red Bulls on Wednesday. FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--Diego Fagundez scored in his fourth consecutive match to give the New England Revolution an early lead and Kelyn Rowe broke a deadlock midway through the second half to lead the Revs past the New York Red Bulls 2-1 at Gillette Stadium on Wednesday night.

Revolution top Toronto FC 3-1

Kelyn Rowe came off the bench to score the capper against Toronto FC on Sunday. TORONTO--The New England Revolution made the most of their limited opportunities on Sunday afternoon, capitalizing on Toronto FC errors and topping their conference rivals 3-1 at BMO Field despite conceding a majority of possession and most of the chances.

Revs look strong heading into the homestretch of the season

“We talk about Chris and what he can do and the ball over the top there was perfect, that first goal,” said Coach Jay Heaps about Chris Tierney's performance on Saturday. Despite dominating possession and creating all the scoring opportunities, it took nearly an entire half for the New England Revolution to break down the depleted but dogged Orlando City SC on Saturday night, but when the breakthrough goal came, it came in spectacular fashion. The decisive 43rd-minute sequence began in the defensive end and illustrated many of the elements that makes the Revs so dangerous to play and fun to watch as they hit the regular season homestretch and prepare for another assault on the playoffs.

Revolution News Archive
03/08 @Seattle Sounders FC - 9:30 pm
03/15 @New York City FC - 5:00 pm
03/21 Montreal Impact - 3:00 pm
03/28 San Jose Earthquakes - 3:00 pm
04/04 @Colorado Rapids - 7:00 pm
04/11 Columbus Crew - 3:00 pm
04/15 Chicago Fire - 7:30 pm
04/19 @Philadelphia Union - 5:00 pm
04/25 Real Salt Lake - 7:30 pm
05/02 New York Red Bulls - 7:30 pm
05/08 @Orlando City SC Lions - 8:00 pm
05/16 Toronto FC - 7:30 pm
05/20 @Sporting Kansas City - 8:00 pm
05/23 D.C. United - 7:30 pm
05/31 Los Angeles Galaxy - 7:00 pm
06/06 @Portland Timbers - 10:30 pm
06/21 @D.C. United - 5:00 pm
06/24 @Columbus Crew - 7:30 pm
06/27 Vancouver Whitecaps - 7:30 pm
07/04 @FC Dallas - 9:00 pm
07/11 @New York Red Bulls - 7:00 pm
07/18 New York City FC - 7:30 pm
07/25 @Chicago Fire - 8:30 pm
08/01 Toronto FC - 7:30 pm
08/15 Houston Dynamo - 7:30 pm
08/29 @Philadelphia Union - 7:00 pm
09/05 Orlando City SC Lions - 7:30 pm
09/13 @Toronto FC - 5:00 pm
09/16 New York Red Bulls - 7:30 pm
09/19 @Montreal Impact - 8:00 pm
09/26 Philadelphia Union - 7:30 pm
10/03 @Chicago Fire - 8:30 pm
10/17 Montreal Impact - 7:30 pm
10/25 @New York City FC - 5:00 pm
Stadium: Gillette Stadium
Colors: Blue, White, Red
General Manager: Mike Burns
Head Coach: Jay Heaps
League:Major League Soccer
Team Founded: 1996
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