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Chemistry, Corners, & Flamini the Billionaire

Through four games, the Montréal Impact currently sit 2nd in the Eastern Conference standings with 6 points. Considering their injuries, new faces, and rough early schedule, most people (including myself) consider this a good start. Knock on wood...

Injuries give Biello first big challenge

The Montréal Impact lost to FC Dallas last Saturday by a score of 2-0. With a week and half between fixtures, IMFC will look to rally the troops and prepare themselves mentally for another difficult road game, this time against the Seattle Sounders.

IMFC's aggressive play garners them a 3-0 win

The Montréal Impact put the pedal to the metal in their home opener, defeating the New York Red Bulls in decisive fashion by a score of 3-0.

Piatti, Oduro shine in season opening win

IMFC playing their best football of the season

Breaking news: Montréal is officially the hottest team in MLS. Now on a five-game win streak that includes three clean sheets and just two goals conceded overall, the team is playing hands down, their best football of the season.

Drogba's star shines bright in big IMFC win

The Montréal Impact came from behind to defeat TFC 2-1 on Sunday, thanks to two goals in two minutes from Didier "All I do is win win win no matter what" Drogba.

IMFC cinches playoff berth behind Piatti golazo

Behind Ignacio Piatti's golazo, the Montréal Impact secured all three points against the New England Revolution, clinching a playoff spot in the process.

IMFC did just enough to claim 3 points on Saturday

The Montréal Impact came away with three out of a possible six points this past week, thanks in large part to the heroics of Evan Bush and some dude named Didier. :)

IMFC play tentative football in 2-1 loss

The Montréal impact succumbed to defeat this past weekend in Orlando, losing by a score of 2-1.

IMFC keep rolling with playoffs around the corner

The Montréal Impact finished off a dominating, six-point week with a 2-0 win at home versus DC United on Saturday.