Pause Moves On

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#1 Logan Pause (5/8 at Toronto) beat out #4 seed Peter Lowry (4/24 vs. Houston) in yesterday’s Chicago Fire Goal of the Year Voting, advancing the veteran Fire midfielder to the final of the Armas Bracket where he’ll take on the winner of #2 Marco Pappa (6/9 vs. Colorado) and #3 Brian McBride (4/17 at DC).

All is not lost for Lowry as his other entry, #2 seeded October 8 strike against Columbus which also stood as the club’s 600th all-time regular season goal will take on #3 Wilman Conde’s headed effort from August 21 at Houston on Tuesday.

We’ll take a break for the weekend and come back on Monday with #2 Brian McBride’s (10/8 vs. Columbus) going up against #3 Marco Pappa (6/27 at New England).