Jan 30, 2014, 9:49 PM EST
The Florida Panthers began the second period of Thursday’s game against the Toronto Maple Leafs with a one-goal lead. Less than a minute into the period, and they found themselves down a goal.
The Leafs scored twice in 31 seconds on goals from Mason Raymond and James van Riemsdyk, turning control of the game in their favor and taking a one-goal lead over the Panthers, who appeared in good shape early on after jumping ahead to a two-goal cushion in the first period.
The Leafs jumped out to a three-goal lead early in the third period, and eventually took a 6-3 win.
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