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2015/2016 Season

1 NY Red Bulls 18 6 10 60
2 Columbus 15 8 11 53
3 Montreal 15 6 13 51
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Columbus Crew SC deserve status as favorites in second leg vs. Red Bulls

New England's Charlie Davies joins ESPN FC's Dan Thomas and Steve Nicol to preview the MLS conference final second legs.
NE Revolution striker Charlie Davies believes the secret to Kei Kamara's stellar season is how well he gels with the team.

ESPN's Soccer Power Index gives Columbus Crew SC a better than 80 percent chance to advance past the New York Red Bulls in Sunday's decisive Eastern Conference championship match and to the MLS Cup -- stacked odds that should shock no one after the Crew's 2-0 series-opening win at home last week.

It must be said that the league's absurd decision two years ago to adopt the away-goals tiebreaker for playoffs that are tied to a 34-game regular season makes what already would be a difficult task...

San Jose, New England top list of all-time greatest MLS playoff comebacks

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner says the Red Bulls can win the Eastern Conference final, despite their first-leg loss to the Crew.

The second legs of the respective conference finals are set for Sunday, and in both cases, one team appears to be in control. Columbus Crew SC holds a 2-0 advantage over the New York Red Bulls as the two teams head to Red Bull Arena, while the Portland Timbers recorded a 3-1 victory against FC Dallas.

How big of an advantage do the Timbers and Crew SC hold? Since 2003, when MLS began using a home-and-away format in some playoff rounds -- a single game was used in the conference finals until...

Intertwined histories of McCarty and Tchani on display in Eastern finals

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner says the Red Bulls can win the Eastern Conference final, despite their first-leg loss to the Crew.

If there was an iconic moment from Columbus Crew SC's first-leg victory over the New York Red Bulls in the Eastern Conference Championship on Sunday, it might have been the sight of Cedrick Mabwati leaving Dax McCarty sprawled on his backside on the edge of the New York box as the Crew player waltzed through the Red Bulls' defense to set up the second -- and potentially killer -- goal in a 2-0 win.

It said everything about the relative fortunes of the two teams' midfields on the day. New York's...