Winnipeg Jets prospect Josh Morrissey had a goal and an assist for the Raiders who also got markers from Collin Valcourt and Mackenzie Stewart to pick up their third win a row.
Jake Virtanen scored both goals for Calgary, his team leading 41st and 42nd, as the Hitmen suffered their second loss in as many games.
Prince Albert jumped out to a 2-0 first period lead before Virtanen scored back-to-back goals 43 seconds apart early in the middle frame to pull the Hitmen even.
But a powerplay goal from Draisaitl with less than a minute remaining in the second period would give the Raiders a 3-2 lead they would not surrender.
Calgary outshot Prince Albert 34-28 but the Raiders won the special teams battle going 1-2 on the powerplay while killing all three Hitmen chances
Calgary Hitmen 2 at Prince Albert Raiders 5
Friday, March 7, 2014 - Art Hauser Centre - Prince Albert, SK
Calgary 0 2 0 - 2
Prince Albert 2 1 2 - 5
1, Prince Albert, Morrissey 26 (Draisaitl, Perreaux), 2:31.
2, Prince Albert, Valcourt 23 (Draisaitl, Lange), 11:52.
Penalties-Mahon Cal (major-fighting), 1:31; Stewart P.a (major-fighting), 1:31; Morrissey P.a (interference), 13:03.
3, Calgary, Virtanen 41 (Helgesen, Brassart), 6:01.
4, Calgary, Virtanen 42 (Tambellini, Peterson), 6:44.
5, Prince Albert, Draisaitl 33 (Morrissey, Conroy), 19:08 (PP).
Penalties-Peterson Cal (cross checking), 1:13; Chase Cal (unsportsmanlike cnd.), 11:36; Rissling Cal (major-fighting), 11:36; Morrissey P.a (unsportsmanlike cnd.), 11:36; Valcourt P.a (major-fighting), 11:36; Chase Cal (slashing), 18:30.
6, Prince Albert, Stewart 5 (Hart, Gardiner), 8:41.
7, Prince Albert, Draisaitl 34 (Lange), 18:45 (EN).
Penalties-Conroy P.a (roughing), 10:26; Mahon Cal (major-fighting), 18:53; Stewart P.a (major-fighting), 18:53; Andrlik P.a (tripping), 19:32.
Shots on Goal
Calgary 13-11-10-34. Prince Albert 9-14-5-28.
Power Play Opportunities
Calgary 0 / 3; Prince Albert 1 / 2.
Calgary, Driedger 28-14-3-4 (27 shots-23 saves). Prince Albert, McBride 12-7-1-1 (34 shots-32 saves).
Referees-Adam Byblow (23), Nathan Wieler (18).
Linesmen-Jason Bourdon (108), Troy Semenchuk (65).