MADISON, Wisc. | Cole Koepke scored off a rebound of Bauer Neudecker's shot in overtime to give Sioux City a 5-4 win over Madison in the completion of a suspended United States Hockey League game played at Bob Suter Arena Monday evening.
The game was originally started last Wednesday but halted due to a problems on the ice surface with 34 seconds left in the first period and the Capitols holding a 2-1 lead.
Koepke got his 20th goal of the season when he pounced on Neudecker's shot which Madison goalie Joey Lamoreaux was able to stop but couldn't handle the rebound. Nuedecker got his second assists of the night.
The teams resumed play and Madison stretched its lead to 3-1 on Colin Felix's fourth goal of the season.
Sioux City got on even terms after trailing 3-1, getting second-period goals from Dylan Mills and Matyas Svoboda. After Madison moved back ahead 4-3 on Kamil Sadlocha's goal in the opening minute of the third period, Sampo Ranta scored to tie things again with 8:42 left in regulation.
Sioux City had to kill off a two-minute Madison power play early in overtime when Martin Pospisil picked up a cross checking infraction with one second left in regulation.
Pospisil, who scored Sioux City's goal before play was halted, also added an assist for a two-point night. Nate Clurman also added his second assist of the game on Ranta's tying score.
Sioux City, now 20-17-6, is back in action Tuesday playing at Waterloo.