(SportsNetwork.com) - The Washington Capitals aim to end an inconsistent November on a positive note when they visit the Toronto Maple Leafs for Saturdays battle at Air Canada Centre. The Capitals are 6-5-2 in November and the club has lost nine of 15 games dating back to late October. However, things have been better lately for Barry Trotzs club, as Washington enters Saturday in the midst of a 3-1-1 stretch and coming off yesterdays win over the previously streaking New York Islanders. Washington had lost two in a row before halting the Isles five-game winning streak on Friday afternoon. The 5-2 victory came in the back end of a home- and-home series after the Caps dropped a 3-2 overtime decision Wednesday on Long Island. Alex Ovechkin recorded the game-winning goal Saturday, notching his 12th marker of the season in the second period to give Washington a 3-2 lead. Evgeny Kuznetsov tallied in the third period to push the cushion to two goals and Joel Ward sealed the victory with an empty-netter. Matt Niskanen tallied a goal and two assists for the Caps, while Braden Holtby turned aside 26 shots for the victory. Kuznetsov added a helper to the winning cause and Marcus Johansson also scored. Its a big one for us, said Johansson. We have to get as many wins as we can and if we go in and play like we did today, especially the last half of the game, were going to give ourselves a really good chance to win. Washington hopes to keep heading in the right direction in tonights road tilt. The Caps are 5-4-3 at home and the club has a similar record on the road, going 5-4-1 away from D.C. Toronto is hoping to rebound tonight after dropping Wednesdays overtime decision in Pittsburgh. The 4-3 setback halted a two-game winning streak and dropped the Maple Leafs to 2-3-1 over their last six outings. The Leafs trailed 1-0 just 26 seconds into the game and Pittsburgh carried a 2-0 lead into the first intermission. Toronto rallied, however, scoring three times in the second period to forge a 3-3 tie after 40 minutes. After a scoreless third period, Blake Comeau would deliver the game-winner in OT, beating Jonathan Bernier on a slap shot from the point. Comeau completed a hat trick with the game-ending tally. Bernier yielded four goals on 26 shots. Leo Komarov notched the first two-goal game of his career in the loss. Tyler Bozak scored Torontos other goal and Mike Santorelli recorded a pair of assists. Toronto is opening a five-game homestand tonight and will try for its third consecutive win as the host. The Leafs are 7-6-0 at Air Canada Centre this season. The Capitals have won two straight and three of the last four overall meetings against Toronto, but the Leafs have taken two in a row, three of four and six of the past nine encounters at the ACC. 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Richards pitched four-hit ball into the eighth inning to win his fourth straight decision, Kole Calhoun had a two-run double and the Angels beat the Minnesota Twins 6-2 Wednesday night for their fifth straight win. Richards (8-2) surrendered his third homer of the year, but recovered for his fourth victory in a dominant June. He issued five walks in his 100th big league appearance, but the right-hander stranded two Twins in the third and again in the seventh. "I did a lot of things I wasnt happy with, but I kept us in the game," Richards said. "I felt like I was getting squeezed a little bit, but that stuff is going to happen. Youve got to move on." Richards moved on splendidly to another impressive start that left him with a 1.06 ERA in June. He has yielded just four runs and 20 hits in 34 1-3 innings over his last five starts. "Hes got pretty good stuff," Twins catcher Eric Fryer said. "Its a pretty easy 96, 97 (mph) coming out of his hand and a sharp breaking ball, and it seemed like he was throwing that for strikes a little bit more often than what weve seen on the video." Minnesota got two more runners on with one out in the eighth to chase Richards, and Kevin Jepsen yielded Kendrys Morales RBI single before Albert Pujols alertly snagged Eduardo Escobars high-bouncing grounder to end the inning. Howie Kendrick had an RBI single, and Erick Aybar got two hits and stole two bases as Los Angeles won for the 14th time in 16 games at Angel Stadium, moving to a season-high 10 games over .500 at 43-33. The Angels are unbeaten on their homestand, matching their longest winning streak of the year. Manager Mike Scioscia jokingly credited the Angels 14 runs in their last two games against Minnesota to hitting coach Don Baylor, who returned to the dugout after breaking his leg while catching a ceremonial first pitch on opening day. 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Arcia snapped a 0-for-31 skid with his fifth homer in the second inning. Richards hadnt given up a homer in June, allowing just two in his first 95 innings this season. The Angels tied it in the bottom half when Aybar doubled and scored on a sacrifice fly by Green. Calhoun then drove in Cron and Chris Iannetta with a two-strike, two-out double down the right-field line. Minnesota rookie Danny Santana left in the third inning after feeling soreness his left knee while running out a double. The promising shortstop and leadoff hitter, who pulled up sharply while running into second, has a hit in 27 of his first 37 major league games. NOTES: Anthony Swarzak pitched three perfect innings in relief of Pino. ... Richards had never started against the Twins. ... Minnesota activated OF Aaron Hicks from the disabled list and optioned him to Double-A New Britain. Hicks strained his shoulder while diving for a ball June 7 in Houston. ... 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