Why are you so against the Leafs rainsilent?
The Capitals are playing to the best of their abilities. They are under pressure because if they are eliminated, they lose Shattenkirk, Alzner, etc. And Ovechkin is in his prime, whatever.
The Leafs have outshot the Capitals in this series, and except for game 1, frequently have played well against the Caps. It can be argued that game 1 was a fluky win. Williams' goal took a deflection before landing directly on Oshie's stick to feed Williams for the one-timer. His second was also a fluke, because I'll admit Andersen made a mistake, the fact that no one on Toronto even challenged the puck is a bit odd. Kadri's line, which consists of Leo Komarov and Connor Brown, is shutting down the Ovechkin-Backstrom line with superb efficiency. The fact that these skilled players are being shut down by this Leafs line proves that the Leafs have the determination and drive to beat the Caps. Not to mention the Leafs have been scoring from all lines, Kapanen on the 4th has 2, JVR has come up big on the 2nd, Matthews has scored as well on the 3rd, etc.
You're telling me that Nashville, who finished below the Leafs in the overall standings, and were in an easier conference to clinch, didn't have the defense (which by the way, they have the best puck moving defense in the NHL) to cope with Chicago? And they're about to sweep arguably the best team in the NHL? Mostly because Pekka Rinne when on his game is an absolute monster?
If Nashville can beat Chicago in 4-5, surely the Leafs can beat the Capitals in 6-7.
Also, I don't know if you've watched the games, but they are very entertaining (especially in HD), and that's because both teams are performing as best they can, not because they've not been playing well.
To conclude, I'm going to say that if Andersen can play as well as Holtby in the remaining best of 3, and Tom Wilson well, returns to being Tom Wilson who gives the other team power-plays, then Toronto should have no trouble beating a tired Washington team.