Dinamo was left ruing its luck with penalty shots after going down to Torpedo. Not only did the home team miss out in a shoot-out after the teams shared four goals in regulation, the Latvians missed a penalty shot during the game when Linus Videll was denied by Barry Brust on his Torpedo debut.
Torpedo looked to make the most of that reprieve and opened a 2-0 lead with goals from Andy Miele late in the second period and Vladimir Galuzin early in the third. But Riga rallied, scoring twice in five minutes as the game drew to an end and forcing overtime. Kristaps Zile got the home team on the scoreboard in the 55th minute before Martins Dzierkals tied the scores with 90 seconds left to play. Both teams had their chances in overtime but neither could force a winner.
In the shoot-out, Videll missed again as Dinamo failed to score on Brust. Miele was the only player to convert his attempt and that secured the extra point for the visitor.