• The Canadian Press

    D.C. United seeks to end losing streak in matchup with Orlando City

    DC United (4-9-2, 14th in the Eastern Conference) vs. Orlando City SC (7-6-4, fifth in the Eastern Conference)Orlando, Florida; Monday, 7 p.m. EDTFANDUEL SPORTSBOOK LINE: Orlando City SC -116, DC United +287, Draw +271; over/under is 2.5 goalsBOTTOM LINE: D.C. United aims to break a three-game losing streak when it takes on Orlando City.Orlando is 5-4-2 against Eastern Conference opponents. Orlando has a 4-1-1 record in games it scores two goals.United is 3-7-2 against Eastern Conference opponen

  • The Canadian Press

    Toye and CF Montreal visit the LA Galaxy

    CF Montreal (9-6-2, first in the Eastern Conference) vs. LA Galaxy (7-6-3, seventh in the Western Conference)Carson, California; Monday, 10:30 p.m. EDTFANDUEL SPORTSBOOK LINE: Los Angeles -128, Montreal +304, Draw +291; over/under is 2.5 goalsBOTTOM LINE: Mason Toye leads CF Montreal into a matchup with the LA Galaxy after scoring two goals against the Seattle Sounders.The Galaxy are 4-4-1 in home games. The Galaxy are sixth in the league with 80 shots on goal, averaging 5.0 per game.Montreal is

  • The Canadian Press

    Andres Cubas scores first MLS goal as Vancouver Whitecaps slay LAFC 1-0

    VANCOUVER — The Vancouver Whitecaps slayed a giant on Saturday. The Caps came in below the playoff line in Major League Soccer's Western Conference, and seemed to be in tough as they hosted league-leaders Los Angeles FC, a team that has dominated nearly every club in its path this season. While L.A. controlled play through much of the first half, Vancouver came on strong in the second. An 89th-minute goal from newcomer Andres Cubas gave the home side a crucial 1-0 victory. “We played really well

  • The Canadian Press

    Undermanned Seattle Sounders take advantage of slack defending to blank Toronto FC

    Toronto FC's road back to respectability hit another bump Saturday. Goals by Dylan Teves and Fredy Montero lifted the undermanned Seattle Sounders to a 2-0 victory over Toronto in an MLS game that left TFC players and coach frustrated. Toronto (5-10-3) was disconnected in the first half and paid for slack defending on both goals. Coach Bob Bradley, who has been tasked with overseeing a massive overhaul of an underachieving 6-18-10 side that finished second from last in the then-27-team league in