Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports
It didn't take long for MLS to be dissuaded from skipping international dates.
This morning, the league "officially" set the playoff dates.
They're the ones the league originally announced over the weekend.
Doesn't seem like it took too long to dissuade the league from skipping the November international dates, a move, reportedly, considered by the league. That news broke last night.
Anyway, it's official that the Red Bulls will face either the Houston Dynamo or the Montreal Impact away Sunday at 3:30 p.m., with the home leg Wednesday, Nov. 6.
Should they make it through, they'll play the winner of the New England Revolution and Sporting Kansas City away Saturday, Nov. 9 and home two weeks later, either Nov. 23 or 24.
The MLS Cup will still be on Dec. 7 and hosted by the higher seed.