The Calgary Hitmen goaltender did everything but score Saturday night. Unfortunately, the rest of his teammates were also held off the scoresheet as the Everett Silvertips beat the Hitmen 1-0 at the Dome. Josh Winquist provided all the offence ’Tips goaltender Austin Lotz would need. Lotz kicked out 25 shots to record the shutout. “I thought we had a really good third period,” Driedger said of his club, which outshot the visitors 16-3 in the final frame. “We probably deserved to have something go in. “But they’re a good team, and they played hard.” Driedger made a number of acrobatic saves to keep his team in it. None was better than the diving, larcenous glove stop he made off Winquist on another ’Tips powerplay. The hard-luck Hitmen ’tender made 26 saves and saw his record fall to 7-6-4, numbers that don’t accurately portray how well the Ottawa Senators draft pick has played this season. “I don’t really worry about it,” Driedger said of the luke-warm win-loss record. “I know how I play. If people are at the games, hopefully they’ll be impressed with what they see. “All I can focus on is stopping the puck and giving the boys the best chance to win.” For more on this article Click Here.