Sunday, September 06, 2009

Sunday After Stats

Funny how when you score all these stats come up. Anyways, TONS of stats from last night's game, plenty of them have to do with Josh Wolff and his performance.

Josh Wolff's second goal last night, was the Wizards 600th in league play. KC is the 7th MLS team to hit that mark. Wolff also scored the team's 400th goal back in 2005 against Colorado.

Wolff's 2 goals give him 70 in league play for his MLS career, tying him with Cobi Jones for 15th place on that list.

The two goals also gave Wolff 80 goals in all competitions in his MLS career, moving him out of his tie with Dwayne DeRosario and pass Ronald Cerritos into 15th place on that list as well.

Wolff's 2 goals also moved him back ahead of Davy Arnaud and into second place on the Wizards' MLS goal scorers' list. Wolff now has 38, one ahead of Arnaud and one behind Chris Klein.

Wolff's game winner was his 9th for the Wizards in MLS play, breaking a tie with Davy Arnaud and Digital Takawira for 3rd place on that list.

It was also Wolff's 10th game winner in all competitions for KC, breaking a tie with Miklos Molnar for 4th place on that list.

In the 17th minute, Wolff passed Sean Bowers to move into 14th place for minutes played in league play for the Wizards. Wolff finished the game with 9,252 minutes played.

In the 79th minute, Wolff passed Jose Burciaga moving into 12th place on the minutes in all competitions list for Kansas City.

Last night was Wolff's 111th appearance in league play for the Wizards, tying him with Sean Bowers for 16th place on that list.

It was Wolff's 104th start in league play for the Wizards, tying him with Bowers for 14th place on that list.

Wolff also started his 117th game for the Wizards in all competitions, breaking his tie with Uche Okafor for 13th place on that list.

The Wizards goalless streak ended 1 minute short of tying the team record for a single season. Claudio Lopez's goal ended the streak at 426 minutes.

Lopez started his 50th game in all competitions for the Wizards.

Lopez's goal moved him into a tie with Igor Simutenkov, Miklos Molnar, Chris Henderson, and Jack Jewsbury for 15th place on the list of most goals by Wizards in MLS play with 12.

Lopez's goal was also his 14th in all competitions for the Wizards, breaking a tie with Jack Jewsbury and Chris Henderson for 18th place on that list.

Kevin Hartman made his 400th appearance in all competitions in his MLS career.

It was Hartman's 92nd start in all competitions for the Wizards, breaking a tie with Peter Vermes for 20th on that list.

Sharlie Joseph's red card was the 7th issued to a Wizards opponent this season in league play, which sets a team record. It was also the 12th issued in a Wizards league game this season, tying the record for most red cards in a season, set by the 98 team.

The red card was the 9th by a Wizards opponent and 16th overall in all competitions for the Wizards this season, both continue to set team records.

New England and Gillette specifically is a second home to the Wizards. Since Gillette opened in 2002, the Wizards are 7-1-6 (W-L-D) in all competitions there.

In the last 5 games the Wizards and Revolution have played in all competitions, there have been 6 red cards handed out, 5 of them to New England.

Also in the last 5 games against the Revolution, they have gifted the Wizards 4 own goals.

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