Dominic Dwyer headed in his 21st goal of the season to help Kansas City clinch a playoff spot and beat the Chicago Fire 2-0 on a rainy Friday night.
The Fire recorded their 18th draw of the season on Sunday and found themselves on the outside of the playoff picture as they couldn't record a win against the Impact.
The Fire announced Tuesday the signing of French striker Florent Sinama-Pongolle. He most recently played with FC Rostov of the Russian Premier League, where he scored two goals in 18 matches.
1dThe Fire continued their winless streak with a loss to D.C. United on Saturday night.
2wThe Fire set an MLS record on Thursday night as they recorded their 17th draw of the season in a 1-1 decision against the Philadelphia Union.
3wBehind Omar Cummings and Boniek Garcia, the Houston Dynamo were too much for the Chicago Fire in a 2-0 victory.
1mThe Chicago Fire tied an MLS record on Saturday night as they recorded their 16th draw of the season, this time with DC United.
1mThe Fire announced on Tuesday forward Mike Magee is out for the rest of the season following hip surgery and could miss the start of the 2015 season.
1mThe Fire pressed the Revolution all night long but it was a late goal from Charlie Davies that ended up deciding the match as Jermaine Jones and the Revs won 2-1.
1mThe Fire announced on Friday afternoon that veteran midfielder Logan Pause will retire following the 2014 MLS season.