Senators have big decisions between pipes

Senators' Chris Driedger takes a breather during training camp in Ottawa on September 14, 2013....

Senators' Chris Driedger takes a breather during training camp in Ottawa on September 14, 2013. (Errol McGihon/QMI Agency/Files)

DON BRENNAN, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 11:47 PM ET

OTTAWA - When the Senators say they will be looking for offence from multiple sources going forward, they do not have Chris Driedger in mind.

But the big 20-year-old netminder did score one goal last season for the Calgary Hitmen. It was assisted by the eventual second overall pick in the 2014 entry draft and Driedger's buddy, Zach Franko, both of whom were with the Kootenay Ice.

"We had a delayed penalty against us and Sam Reinhart shot a puck, I just made a blocker save into the corner," Driedger, the Senators third round pick (76th overall) in 2012, recalled Sunday at the team's development camp. "(Franko) picked it up behind the net, wheeled it around the net and tried to hit his D-man. But his D-man didn't get that memo.


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