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Daniel Lovitz scores in stoppage-time as Montreal Impact edge the Chicago Fire

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Montreal gave themselves a boost in the playoff race after Daniel Lovitz's goal in the 91st minute claimed all three points over the Chicago Fire.

Defender Daniel Lovitz scored the game-winning goal in the first minute of stoppage time, and Ignacio Piatti scored on a penalty kick to lead the Montreal Impact to a dramatic 2-1 victory over the Chicago Fire on Saturday night at Saputo Stadium in Montreal.

Lovitz bounced in a shot past goalie Richard Sanchez from the top of the half-circle outside the penalty box into the left corner of the net after Chicago defender Johan Kappelhof attempted to clear a corner kick. It was Lovitz's first goal...

Bradley Wright-Phillips sends New York Red Bulls past the Chicago Fire

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Bradley Wright-Phillips scored his 15th goal of the season as the Red Bulls win their 8th match out of ten.

Bradley Wright-Phillips scored in the 55th minute, and the visiting New York Red Bulls beat the Chicago Fire 1-0 Saturday night at Toyota Park.

Most of the game was a tense struggle to generate offense for the Red Bulls, but in a span of a few dynamic seconds, Wright-Phillips made things happen thanks to some timely defense from his teammates.

Moments after an unsuccessful Red Bulls corner kick, Chicago's Dax McCarty gained possession and attempted to move the ball upfield. McCarty never made it...

Chicago Fire waive Tony Tchani and Kevin Ellis amid losing streak

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Tony Tchani was waived by the Chicago Fire on Thursday after making just 13 appearances for the club.

The Chicago Fire, who have lost their past six Major League Soccer games, cut ties with two players Thursday, waiving midfielder Tony Tchani and defender Kevin Ellis.

Both players were in their first season with the team.

Tchani, 29, contributed one goal in 13 games for Chicago. A former national champion at the University of Virginia, he broke into MLS in 2010 with the New York Red Bulls and subsequently played for Toronto FC, the Columbus Crew and the Vancouver Whitecaps before joining the Fire.

Ellis,...