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Despite taking 17 total shots as a team, the Houston Dynamo end their match with the Vancouver Whitecaps in a 0-0 draw. The Dynamo remain at the bottom of the Western Conference with only 19 points in the standings. Photos by Andre Brooks

FC Dallas moves on to the semifinals of the U.S. Open Cup after defeating the Houston Dynamo 1-0 at BBVA Compass Stadium. After 90 minutes of play, Fabian Castillo put in the only goal of the game in the first minute of stoppage time to give Dallas the win. Photos …

After being tied throughout the game, Houston Dynamo’s Christian Maidana scores the game-winning goal in the last minute of the second half, topping the Philadelphia Union with a 1-0 score. Photos by Matt Flora

The Houston Dynamo welcomed back a former teammate as they hosted the Sporting Kansas City at the BBVA Compass Stadium Saturday evening. “It’s the first time I’ve come back and not been in an orange jersey,” former Dynamo Brad Davis said. “Definitely different, definitely some emotions there.” The feeling wasn’t …

The LA Galaxy score 4 goals in 49 minutes to put the Houston Dynamo away 4-1 at BBVA Compass Stadium. Giovani dos Santos netted 2 goals in the Dynamo’s first loss at home this season. Photos by Andre Brooks

The tension was high inside BBVA Compass Stadium as the Houston Dynamo and FC Dallas faced one another in the Texas Derby Saturday night. “We knew it was going to be a very tough encounter, and we were going to have to be at our best,” Dynamo head coach Owen …

The Houston Dynamo get their first win of the season against in-state rival FC Dallas at home. 4 different players score for the Dynamo, including an own goal from FC Dallas, to give them their largest victory in history, 5-0. Photos by Matt Flora and Andre Brooks

With over 21,000 fans in attendance, the Houston Dynamo faced the New England Revolution at home for their season opener. 6 different players scored in the game, including a big goal by Daigo Kobayashi in the 3rd minute of stoppage time to end the game in a 3-3 tie. Photos by …

After having finished eighth in the Western Conference last year, the Houston Dynamo starts their 2016 season with 11 new faces. New England Revolution head coach, Jay Heaps, was no stranger to these faces after seeing them earlier in preseason. “They’re playing much different, and that’s credit to Owen (Coyle),” …

The Houston Dynamo might have lost one of its most notable players, Brad Davis, who had played for Houston since the team’s first season, but on the good side, they now have nine new players that have the chance to become icons. With all the new signees, the Dynamo is …