Leg 2 of the Nutrilite Canadian Championship has been pushed back to July 2 after it was originally abandoned on Wednesday and rescheduled for the next day. The match will be replayed in its entirety, despite the fact that the Vancouver Whitecaps led the aggregate-goal series 2-1 over Toronto FC when the May 25 match was called off due to "unplayable conditions."
The replay had originally been scheduled for the following day in accordance with NCC rules, but officials were still not satisfied with the conditions at BMO Field. Lightning had been striking near the field on Wednesday, but the heavy rain appears to have been the cause of the abandonment.
Wednesday's match began with the score tied 1-1 on aggregate, but with TFC holding the advantage because of their away goal. But Eric Hassli's strike in the 14th minute gave the advantage to the Whitecaps, one that has now been erased from tournament records.