HARRISON, N.J. (AP) -- Thierry Henry scored his first career MLS hat trick and set up goal to lead the New York Red Bulls to a 5-2 victory over the expansion Montreal Impact on Saturday.
Kenny Cooper and Mehdi Ballouchy also scored as the Red Bulls won their second straight at home after losing their opening two games on the road. New York has nine goals since returning home, with Henry getting five and two assists.
Sanna Nyassi and Justin Mapp scored for winless Montreal (0-3-1). The Impact, who had one goal in their first three games, had leads of 1-0 and 2-1 before the Red Bulls' French international took over.
The Red Bulls' win did not come without a cost. Midfielder Rafa Marquez suffered a groin injury and didn't play in the second half.
CREW 1, TORONTO FC 0
TORONTO (AP) -- Bernardo Anor scored in the 56th minute to lead Columbus past Toronto FC.
Anor put the Crew in front after Toronto captain Julian de Guzman lost possession in midfield. Columbus drove toward the goal and, after a nice give and go, a clearing attempt by defender Logan Emory bounced straight back to Anor, who banged it in from close range.
Columbus (2-1-0) improved to 2-0-5 at BMO Field.
Toronto FC (0-3-0) is winless in MLS play but is just one game away from the CONCACAF Champions League final.
WHITECAPS 0, UNION 0
CHESTER, Pa. (AP) -- Vancouver's stout defense was sharp once again and the Whitecaps remained unbeaten.
The Whitecaps (2-0-2) haven't allowed a goal in their first four MLS matches, encompassing 360 minutes. The league record for scoreless stretch to open the season is 421 set by the New York Red Bulls in 2007.
Vancouver forward Sebastien Le Toux, Philadelphia's career leader with 25 goals, received a rousing ovation from the crowd when his name was announced during the starting lineups. It was his first game back since he was traded in the offseason.
The Union (0-3-1) are one of three remaining winless teams along with Montreal and Toronto.
EARTHQUAKES 1, SOUNDERS 0
SEATTLE (AP) -- Chris Wondolowski scored on a penalty kick midway through the first half, and Jon Busch earned his second straight shutout for San Jose.
Wondolowski's goal was his fourth this season and his third game-winner of the year for the Earthquakes (3-1-0). It also was his fourth against the Sounders, more than any other San Jose player.
Busch made six saves on 18 Seattle shots for his third shutout in four games. He has allowed just one goal this season.
The Sounders (2-1-0) fell short of matching the best-ever start in club history. As an expansion team in 2009, Seattle won its first three games.
REAL SALT LAKE 3, TIMBERS 2
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) -- Kyle Beckerman scored in extra time after Jonny Steele tied it in the 89th minute for Real Salt Lake.
Steele, a late substitute, got the ball past diving Portland goalkeeper Troy Perkins, after RSL (3-1-0) fell behind 2-1 in the second half. Then Beckerman's goal stunned the sellout crowd at Jeld-Wen Field.
Darlington Nagbe scored two goals for the Timbers (1-2-1), becoming the first Portland player with multiple goals in a game since Jorge Perlaza scored a two in the Timbers' home opener last year, their inaugural MLS season.
Alvaro Saborio, returning to the starting lineup for the first time this season, scored on a penalty kick in the first half for RSL.
REVOLUTION 3, GALAXY 1
CARSON, Calif. (AP) -- Kelyn Rowe and Chris Tierney scored in the first half to lead New England past short-handed Los Angeles.
Saer Sene scored in the 65th minute for the Revolution (2-2-0).
The defending champion Galaxy (1-2-0), playing without captain Landon Donovan, sidelined by a quad strain, avoided the shutout when Robbie Keane knocked in a pass from Edson Buddle in the 78th minute.
Los Angeles also played without David Beckham in the second half.