For the second game running, Dinamo went close to winning but missed out in a shoot-out. There was little to choose between the teams as they tied 2-2 in regulation, but Eddie Pasquale was unbeatable in the shoot-out as Lokomotiv took the verdict to make it two wins from two on its Baltic tour.
A goalless first period saw Yegor Averin have the best chance to open the scoring. He was denied by Ilya Proskuryakov after getting clean through on the Dinamo net. The second began with a Dinamo power play, converted by Pavel Chernov to give the home team the lead. That advantage did not last long; Loko replied after 14 seconds through Artur Kayumov.
At the start of the third, Loko went in front when Andre Petersson collected the puck following a Riga mistake in center ice. The Swede caught a break when his pass across the face of goal was deflected into the net by defenseman Reece Scarlett. Dinamo tied it up when Evgeny Grachyov fired one in off the post after outwitting Anton Malyshev. In the shoot-out, Matt White hit the crossbar for Dinamo, while Yegor Korshkov and Vladimir Tkachyov found the net for Lokomotiv.