FOXBORO, MA - JUNE 2: Matt Reis #1 of New England Revolution reacts with teammate Kelyn Rewe, who scored a goal, after defeating the Chicago Fire 2-0 at Gillette Stadium on June 2, 2012 in Foxboro, Massachusetts. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)
After what has amounted to a long break from regular action, MLS resumes a full slate of games tomorrow, including the New England Revolution's class with the Columbus Crew. Boy, it couldn't have come any sooner. Watching the Euros is great and all, but I miss my MLS. Today's Rounds are short, and almost exclusively MLS-related, so let's just jump right on in.
Revolution Report: Heaps Making Good On Promise To Attack - SB Nation Boston
Am I linking myself? Why yes, I am most certainly linking myself. Top form, that. But seriously, I did a little grunt work for some of these stats and much of it is very encouraging, especially since I've been watching the Revs' shots and SoT numbers for the last few seasons and been on the verge of tears.
Limiting mistakes key against opportunistic Crew | New England Revolution
Jeff Lemieux spoke with Jay Heaps and Benny Feilhaber about what needs to be done to get the three points this weekend against the Crew.
Heaps cites late-blooming LA Kings as inspiration for Revs | MLSsoccer.com
Kyle McCarthy talked to Jay Heaps and learned that the coach is taking inspiration from the NHL Champion LA Kings as the Revs enter a gauntlet of 11 out of 12 matches against Eastern Conference foes.
Preview: Revolution welcome Crew in return to MLS play | MLSsoccer.com
This is just the official MLSSoccer.com preview of Saturday's match against Columbus.
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