2004 Canadian Professional Soccer League season

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Canadian Professional Soccer League
Season 2004
Champions Toronto Croatia
Top goalscorer Canada Paul Munster (London City)
2003
2005

The seventh Canadian Professional Soccer League season began on May 24, 2004 and concluded on October 11, 2004 with Toronto Croatia claiming their second Rogers Cup victory.

Changes from 2003 season[edit]

Final standings[edit]

Purple indicates National Conference winners
Yellow indicates International Conference winners
Green indicates playoff berth clinched

Eastern Conference[edit]

Place Team P W L T GF GA Points
1 Toronto Supra 20 14 2 4 49 21 46
2 Metro Lions 20 12 3 5 50 32 41
3 Vaughan Shooters 20 11 4 5 41 23 38
4 North York Astros 20 3 13 4 22 46 13
5 Durham Storm 20 2 17 1 17 77 7

Western Conference[edit]

Place Team P W L T GF GA Points
1 Hamilton Thunder 20 10 4 6 51 22 36
2 Toronto Croatia 20 9 7 4 42 30 31
3 Windsor Border Stars 20 9 7 4 38 32 31
4 Brampton Hitmen 20 7 8 5 32 35 26
5 London City 20 7 10 3 35 42 27
6 St. Catharines Wolves 20 3 12 5 27 44 14

Rogers Cup playoffs[edit]

Quarterfinals

October 3, 2004
Windsor Border Stars 0–5 Toronto Croatia
Harris Goal 8'
Shannon Goal 29'
Kalic Goal 46' Goal 57'
Spajic Goal 89'
Memorial Park, Windsor 250


October 5, 2004
Vaughan Shooters 5–3 Metro Lions
Palleschi Goal 6' Goal 57'
Powell Goal 53' Goal 87'
Todaro Goal 66'
Patton Goal 32'
Dorneval Goal 38'
Gomez Goal 70'

Semifinals




Rogers Cup final

Canadian Professional Soccer League 2004 winners
Toronto Croatia
Second Title

Scoring[edit]

This table lists the scoring leaders for the regular season.

Player Team G
Paul Munster London City 25
Danny Amaral Toronto Supra 15
Alex Braletic North York Astros 10
Michael DiLuca Hamilton Thunder 10
Tati Errelade Windsor Border Stars 10
Maxim Elie Dorneval Metro Lions 9
Hayden Fitzwilliams Metro Lions 9
Kevin Nelson Hamilton Thunder 9
Matthew Palleschi Vaughan Shooters 9
Aaron Byrd Windsor Border Stars 8

Individual awards[edit]

External links[edit]