RIGA, Latvia– Dinamo Riga has been unable to claim their second win of the season on Wednesday evening, falling to Dinamo Moscow 4-1. Meeting for the first time since the opening round of the playoffs last season when Dinamo Riga triumphed four games to two, 6550 fans had turned out hoping that their strong recent run against the Oleg Znarok’s coached Dinamo Moscow side would continue. It appeared that they were in for some luck early on when Ainars Podzins scored the opening goal of the night in the ninth minute as Niclas Lucenius picked up his ...
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