The Toronto Maple Leafs have earned all of their points on the road.
They'll try to change that Thursday night when they face a Washington Capitals team off to its worst start in nine years.
After getting outscored 8-1 in the third period of its previous two games - both three-goal losses - Toronto improved to 3-1-0 as the road team with a 4-3 overtime victory over Buffalo on Tuesday.
Matt Frattin scored his second goal of the game with 1.5 seconds left in the extra period.
"I think we just try to come out quick (on the road) and try and get the crowd out of it," said Frattin, who has netted three goals since being called up from the AHL last Thursday. "That's something we need to do in every building we go into."
That includes Air Canada Centre, where the Maple Leafs (3-3-0) will play their next three before opening a three-game trip Tuesday against Washington (1-4-1). Ben Scrivens has given up nine goals in Toronto's two home losses, so coach Randy Carlyle may give James Reim...