Game 2016020566 - 15 Total Videos

Frederik Andersen gets spun around but makes a save on Matt Niskanen's shot, then sprawls on the ice to get a pad on the rebound attempt

Auston Matthews spins and sends a beautiful pass from behind the net to Leo Komarov, who finishes for a power-play goal in the 2nd period

Evgeny Kuznetsov one-times Marcus Johansson's centering pass while open in the slot, beating Frederik Andersen to bring the Capitals within one

T.J. Oshie takes Justin Williams' feed and cuts through the slot before firing it over Frederik Andersen, tying the game at 2 in the 1st period

Philipp Grubauer gets low to keep Connor Brown's quick one-timer out of the net, absorbing the shot to keep the Capitals within one

Connor Carrick breaks his stick on a shot and the puck winds up going right to Frederik Gauthier, who tips it home to give the Leafs a 3-2 lead

Justin Williams gets credited with a power-play goal after Dmitry Orlov's blast goes in off his skate, beating Frederik Andersen for a 1-0 lead

John Carlson finds a loose puck in the crease and sends it past Frederik Andersen to tie the game at 5 in the 3rd period

Nazem Kadri jumps on a loose puck in the crease and eventually pokes it in past Braden Holtby for a power-play goal, tying the game at 1

Braden Holtby extends a pad to make the save on Connor Brown's shot in close, then covers the puck to negate the power-play chance

Matt Niskanen fakes a shot and sends the puck to Dmitry Orlov, who fires a one-timer past Frederik Andersen to tie the game at 4 in the 3rd

Frederik Andersen quickly slides across the crease to make an outstanding pad save on Matt Niskanen's shot from the circle in the 2nd

Connor Brown sends a quick wrist shot from the top of the circle over Braden Holtby's glove, giving the Maple Leafs a 2-1 lead in the 1st

Mitch Marner skates in alone on Philipp Grubauer and slides the puck five-hole on a partial break to give the Maple Leafs a 5-4 lead in the 3rd

Alex Ovechkin scores his 19th career regular-season overtime goal to tie Jaromir Jagr for the most in NHL history in the Capitals' 6-5 win