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RSL Game Preview & Notes v. Montreal Impact - Wednesday, April 4, 2012


RSL Returns Home for First-ever Meeting with Montreal tomorrow at 7:00 p.m.;

CW30's Broadcast Now on Tape-Delay Status Beginning at 9:00 p.m.


SANDY, Utah (Tuesday, April 3, 2012)Real Salt Lake (3-1-0, 9 pts.) will try to go three points clear of the pack in the Western Conference tomorrow, Wednesday, April 4, when the West co-leader will welcome the Montreal Impact (0-3-1, 1 pt.) to Rio Tinto Stadium for a 7:00 p.m. MT kickoff.

While tickets for the Real Salt Lake-Montreal contest remain available, with redemption for the Seven Peaks’ “Pass of all Passes” taking place on Wednesday morning at 10:00 a.m. when the Rio Tinto Stadium Box Office opens fans are advised to purchase their tickets in advance via the Zions Bank Ticket Outlet on Fans that can’t make it to Rio Tinto Stadium can watch RSL’s first-ever meeting against Major League Soccer’s 19th club on CW30 VIA TAPE DELAY BEGINNING AT 9:00 p.m., or follow the action live via the team’s official radio partners: ESPN 700/ (pre-game begins at 6:00 p.m.) and La Gran D 102.3 FM.


How to Follow Real Salt Lake v. Montreal

  • Kickoff: 7:00 p.m. from Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy, Utah
  • TV: CW30 (TAPE DELAY AT 9:00 p.m.) & MLS Direct Kick package (subscription)


MLS Game Guide for Wednesday’s Real Salt Lake-Impact Match Now Available Online

Following are links to the Adobe PDF and online reader versions of the Major League Soccer Game Guide (Game Notes) in advance of Wednesday’s league clash between Real Salt Lake and Montreal Impact at Rio Tinto Stadium. If you have any problems obtaining the document, would prefer to receive the document as attachment, or are seeking more information on the match, please contact John Koluder in the RSL Communications Department via email at

Click here to download the PDF version of the MLS Game Guide

Click here to browse the MLS Game Guide online via the reader


Real Salt Lake-Montreal Connections

The Impact roster includes a pair of players familiar to soccer followers in Utah in former RSL midfielder Collen Warner, who made 37 appearances in regular season play the last two season before being plucked by the Impact in last November’s Expansion Draft, and forward Justin Braun, the Skyline High School product who began his professional career with four seasons at Chivas USA from 2008-11.

Real Salt Lake has fared well in its first home contest against expansion competition since entering the MLS ranks back in 2005, compiling a 5-1-1 mark against league newcomers upon their first visit to the Beehive State. The only points dropped by the Claret-and-Cobalt in such contests came in 2007, when Toronto FC rolled into Rice-Eccles Stadium and handed RSL a 1-2 defeat, and last October, when Portland used a goal at the death of the regular season finale to earn a 1-1 at Rio Tinto Stadium. / /