Kansas City Wizards Goalkeeper Kevin Hartman Breaks All-Time MLS Saves RecordMarch 28, 2009 - Major League Soccer (MLS) - Sporting Kansas City Press Release
Hartman tied Meola's mark with his 1136th career stop in the 44th minute Saturday off a hard-hit shot from Rapids midfielder Nick LaBrocca. Just two minutes later, Hartman became the all-time saves leader with by covering a shot off the left foot of Colorado forward Omar Cummings. Kansas City and Colorado enter halftime of their early-season tilt tied 0-0.
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