Strange. Shaman is almost always autoloss for my handlock. You have a million answers you just have to play smart.
No offense, but I'm coming to a forum to ask for advice/feedback on a particular deck.
Suggesting that I "play smart," like I'm banging my head against my desk and using every card in my hand is hardly helpful. How exactly do these shaman dominate you? Whenever I try to put out any early minions, most handlocks do everything in their power to clear my board and keep me from establishing any kind of presence (which is what most classes do when they face shamans). What are they doing once you shadowflame and clear their early board and use large taunts that are not drakes?
Btw, If every shaman completely dominates you, then these questions may help your play. Overload and a lack of card draw can undermine the shaman, so how do other handlocks take advantage of these impairments?
I'm thinking I might remove flame shock (it doesn't get much use) for tbk, along with a lightning bolt/nerubian egg for sylvanas and faceless. Is big game hunter worth crafting? I don't have that card. I have a few legendaries collecting dust (Loremaster Cho, Nozdormu, etc) that have never gotten much use outside of novelty decks.