Maple Leafs score 3 power-play goals in under 2 minutes
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The Toronto Maple Leafs' power play woke up Tuesday night.

After scoring just three times with the man advantage in their last 17 games, the Maple Leafs matched that total in under two minutes against the Colorado Avalanche.

Auston Matthews got things started after Tyson Barrie took a tripping minor.

Shortly thereafter, J.T. Compher was assessed a four-minute double minor for high-sticking, and Nazem Kadri made him pay.

With Compher still in the box, Kasperi Kapanen added his second of the game 22 seconds later.

Three power-play goals in 1:49 of game time is certainly one way to bust out of a special teams slump.

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