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Archives: Portland Timbers

Portland Playoff Hopes Stay Alive With 1-1 Draw

Posted on by Robert Hay

The difference between MLS and most other major American sports leagues is that two teams with losing records can play a low scoring game in the rain and have it be one of the most exciting games of the year. … Continue reading

Portland’s Playoff Hopes Dealt A Major Blow: Notes from Cascadia

Posted on by Scott Carrick

After a lackluster home effort against San Jose in which the Portland Timbers were lucky to escape with a point in a 1-1 draw, Portland would make a move up in the standings if they could get a road victory … Continue reading

New York 2-0 Portland: Red Bulls Overtake Timbers for Wild Card Spot

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ooKip0Kz7B4 Once again a dark cloud hovered over the New York Red Bulls with two major goals hanging over them Saturday night. First was how to get three points against a dangerous side (Portland Timbers), who were ahead of them … Continue reading

Portland Timbers 3-0 New England Revolution: Notes from Cascadia

Posted on by Scott Carrick

As the inaugural season in Major League Soccer winds down for the Portland Timbers, the squad finds themselves in something one wouldn’t have expected a month ago: a playoff hunt. Granted, right now in the standings the Timbers are on … Continue reading

Whose Goal is Better: Nagbe or Hassli?

Posted on by Robert Hay

About three weeks ago MLS had unquestionably its goal of the year, as Vancouver’s enigmatic DP Eric Hassli scored an amazing goal to even his team’s score with Seattle at 2.  At the time, pundits and media alike proclaimed it … Continue reading

Portland 4-2 Chicago: Timbers Find Victory In First MLS Home Game

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

It was a magical night in the Pacific Northwest as another member of the triangle finally opened up their home end of their scheduled at the refurbished and the re-named Jeld-Wen Field (formerly PGE Park) as the Portland Timbers finally … Continue reading