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Gamblers fight back to tie Capitols, fall in overtime

The Green Bay Gamblers fought back to tie the game in the second period, but the Madison Capitols had the last laugh with a 4-3 win in overtime to send the weekend set back to Resch Center on Saturday.


The Gamblers were down 2-0 when Lukas Peterson and Ben Poitras scored within seven minutes of each other to tie the game at two. Libor Nemec scored the go-ahead run in the first five minutes of the third period only to have the Capitols tie the game with five seconds remaining. Madison's Colton Jamieson sent the home fans back to their cars happy with a goal in the opening minute of the extra stanza to earn the victory.


The regular season finale at the Resch Center will occur at 6:05 p.m. Saturday.

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