Goals come early, often for Sharks in win over 'Canes

Goals come early, often for Sharks in win over 'Canes

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The Sharks offense came alive early and gave them the momentum they'd need to beat the Hurricanes in Jose on Saturday...

Seattle wins MLS Cup, beating Toronto on penalty kicks

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Seattle wins MLS Cup, beating Toronto on penalty kicks

TORONTO -- Roman Torres scored in the sixth round of penalty kicks to give the Seattle Sounders their first MLS Cup title, 5-4 over Toronto FC after 120 scoreless minutes Saturday night.

It was the first MLS Cup final to fail to produce a goal in regulation, setting the stage for a dramatic tiebreaker.

While Toronto's Michael Bradley and Alvaro Fernandez for Seattle had both seen their shots saved, the game went to sudden-death spot kicks. Toronto's Justin Morrow could only clatter his shot off the crossbar, setting the stage for Torres to win it with a high shot down the middle of the goal.