The beginning of Wednesday's clash with the Maple Leafs was not pretty for the Capitals.
A pair of goals by Toronto gave them an early lead midway through the first period. But a snipe by Jakub Vrana towards the end of the first frame cut the deficit in half entering the first intermission.
But during the second period, all of a sudden, a switch flipped for the Capitals attack. Washington found the back of the net three times in under 90 seconds, turning a one-goal deficit into a two-goal lead.
At the end of the second period, the Capitals hold the same 4-2 lead. Just 20 minutes separate the Capitals from their fourth victory of the season.
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Capitals score three goals in 90 seconds to take the lead over Toronto originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington