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Steve Stoehr

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Steve Stoehr is a Contributor to SB Nation Boston, serving as the New England Revolution beat writer. Stoehr is the editor of The Bent Musket, the official Revolution blog on the SB Nation network.

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Revolution Vs. United Final: New England Finally Out Of Playoff Contention With 2-1 Loss

The New England Revolution might have hoped to be playoff spoilers for their rivals D.C. United, but instead saw themselves mathematically eliminated from the hunt with a 2-1 loss.

Revolution Vs. United Score Update: Substitute Lewis Neal Puts D.C. Ahead 2-1

The New England Revolution played well in the first half and looked to stand a decent chance of taking the lead, but D.C. United spoiled their plans in the second half. Lewis Neal’s substitute goal...

Revolution vs. United Halftime Update: Physical Play Dominant Theme With Score Knotted 1-1

The New England Revolution and D.C. United started the match off a little slow, but have since picked up the pace on Saturday night as they enter the locker rooms at halftime tied up at 1-1. Kelyn...

Revolution Vs. United Score Update: Rowe and Pontius Trade Quick Goals, Tallies Level At 1-1

The New England Revolution and D.C. United got locked into a dogfight in the first half on Saturday night, trading goals in the 29th and 32nd minutes as Kelyn Rowe and Chris Pontius evened up the scores at 1-1. (TV/Radio: CSN/98.5)

Revolution Vs. United Lineups: Fagundez Starts Again, Toja Makes The Bench

Juan Toja looks likely to make his first appearance for the New England Revolution against D.C. United on Saturday night as he starts the match on the bench. Diego Fagundez and Jerry Bengtson also get the start. (TV/Radio: CSN/98.5)

Revolution Vs. United: New England Looks To Play Spoiler In Nation's Capital

The New England Revolution will try to dent D.C. United's playoff hopes on Saturday night as they travel to the nation's capital for their third encounter of the season with their Eastern Conference Rivals. (TV/Radio: CSN/98.5)

Revolution Vs. Crew Final: New England Snaps Winless Skid With 2-0 Victory

The New England Revolution finally broke out of their funk against the Columbus Crew on Wednesday night, winning for the first time since July with a 2-0 result. Dimitry Imbongo's first MLS goal was the decider, with a Chad Marshall own-goal as well.

Revolution Vs. Crew Score Update: Columbus Embarrassed As Marshall Own Goal Puts New England Up 2-0

The New England Revolution received a slice of fortune from the Columbus Crew in the second half as a misunderstanding between Andy Gruenebaum and Chad Marshall resulted in an own goal. (TV/Radio: CSN/98.5 The Sports Hub).

Revolution Vs. Crew Score Update: Imbongo's First MLS Goal Gives New England 1-0 Lead

After a first half full of missed opportunities, the New England Revolution finally got their lead over the Columbus Crew on Wednesday night through Dimitry Imbongo's first MLS goal. (TV/Radio: CSN/98.5 The Sports Hub).

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