The Washington Capitals continued their trek through this seemingly never ending road trip by downing the Toronto Maple Leafs 3-2, bringing their recent traveling record to that same scoreline. They’ll look to finish this thing off with a bang in Buffalo on Saturday.
The Leafs out-shot the Caps 42 to 28.
Tom Wilson scores a shorthanded goal, his second shorthanded goal of the season. He's the fourth Capitals forward to record two shorthanded goals in the last five seasons (Troy Brouwer: 2014-15; Jason Chimera: 2015-16; Daniel Winnik: 2016-17).
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