Arturo Alvarez scored his first MLS goal since 2010.
The Fire have been shut out the last two games and four times this season. They have a league-low eight goals.
The Fire made shoring up their defense an offseason priority, but three games into the season, Veljko Paunovic is making a push for better offense.
Windy City Bulls president Brad Seymour knows that promoting a team without much name recognition forces him to conduct business differently.
If there’s any question why the Wolves are in sixth place in the Central Division, consistency — or lack thereof — provides much of the answer.
Mix Diskerud scored the eventual game winner in the 63rd minute, and New York City FC beat the Fire 4-3 on Sunday at Toyota Park.