Those who have followed the expansion process in the past know that the mlsin[cityname].com websites have often been registered some time before the official expansion to said city, particularly the past two cities. mlsinseattle.com was registered by the Sounders a some time before the expansion announcement and now redirects to the main Sounder FC website. mlsinphilly.com was registered a few months before the Philadelphia expansion and while it does not redirect to the main Philly site, it is still owned by MLS according to a domain search. mlsinstlouis.com was owned by the group wanting to bring MLS to St. Louis, but it's now in a redemption period, meaning it's about to expire. Which brings me to Vancouver. mlsinvancouver.com was registered by a private registrant on July 18, according to this, and currently redirects to the Whitecaps MLS petition page. I checked mlsinmontreal.com, mlsinportland.com, all of mlsinnewyork.com, mlsinnyc.com, and mlsinny.com, both mlsinvegas.com and mlsinlasvegas.com, and mlsinottawa.com. None are registered. mlsinmiami.com was registered in January, by some guy named Jose Davila, but the site is just on hold when you go to it. mlsinatlanta.com is a real estate site. Is this a sign of things to come in the following months? Or a situation similar to the St. Louis website, where the owner simply wants the site ready just in case?