— Sounders FC snapped its franchise worst four-game losing streak but is on a seven-game winless streak, second worst in team history.
— Sounders FC earned the No. 4 seed in the Western Conference playoffs and will host Colorado in the play-in game at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.
— Sounders FC is 2-0-1 in front of home crowds over 65,000. Goal differential: 5-1.
— Sounders FC ended its shutout streak at 230 minutes, second longest of the season.
— Sounders FC earned its first lead in 404 minutes.
— Sounders FC is 38-0-11 when scoring the game’s first goal (13-0-5 this season), the longest active unbeaten run in MLS dating to the start of 2011. The league record is 58 games set by New York (40-0-18). But the last three such leads have resulted in ties.
— Sounders FC finished the season 10-2-5 at home, tied for the most points in team history.
— Sounders FC finished 10-10-5 against the West.
— Sounders FC hasn’t recorded a shutout or scored multiple goals in seven games.
— Sounders FC finished with 11 shutouts, one behind the team record set in 2012.
— Sounders FC finished with its worst PPG (1.53) and worst goal differential for a season (0).
— Sounders FC finished the season without a double-digit scorer for the first time.
— Sounders FC is 4-5-4 on national TV and 11-7-3 on local TV.
— Sounders FC’s crowd of 66,216 was third largest in team history for an MLS game and fourth largest in MLS history for a stand-alone game.
— Sounders FC’s average attendance of 44,038 set another MLS record.
— Clint Dempsey scored his first goal, ending a 590-minute drought without a goal or assist.
— Clint Dempsey’s last MLS goal was Oct. 7, 2006, vs. D.C. United.
— Michael Gspurning finished with 10 shutouts, one short of Kasey Keller’s record from 2011.
— Lamar Neagle earned his 20th point (8 goals, 4 assists, both career highs), tied for the team lead with Eddie Johnson (9 goals, 2 assists) and Obafemi Martins (8 goals, 4 assists).
— Eddie Johnson finished as the team’s leading scorer for the second year in a row.
— Mauro Rosales eight assists were a team-high for the third-straight year.
— Mauro Rosales stayed tied with Fredy Montero with 34 career assists for the Sounders.
— DeAndre Yedlin played a team-high 2,710 minutes this season.
— Osvaldo Alonso is the only player to have started all five regular season finales for the Sounders.
— LA’s Landon Donovan stayed at 134 career goals, tied for the most in MLS history.
— LA’s Robbie Keane scored his seventh goal against the Sounders in the past 12 months.
— LA finished the season 4-9-4 on the road, 9-9-6 in the West.