Brian Elliott

#1 G / St. Louis Blues / EXP: 8YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 209 lb Age: 30 College: Wisconsin

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      Blues' Brian Elliott: Allows two in loss

      Elliott stopped 35 of the 37 shots he faced in Tuesday's 3-1 loss to the Blue Jackets. Elliott has hit a bit of a rough patch recently, but actually played really well Tuesday despite being saddled with the loss. If he continues to prove he can play well, he could regain some starts from fellow netminder Jake Allen.

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      Blues' Brian Elliott: Forced into net Thursday against Rangers

      Elliott replaced Jake Allen in the first period and finished with 14 saves on 16 shots in Thursday's 6-3 loss to the Rangers. The Blues suffered multiple defensive lapses and Ken Hitchcock pulled Allen to fire up his team. Elliott didn't do much to keep the game out of hand and St. Louis didn't have enough offense to overcome the deficit. Expect Elliott to be in net Saturday against the Blackhawks.

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      Blues' Brian Elliott: Apparently fine

      Blues coach Ken Hitchcock said Elliott (undisclosed) is "fine" after the goalie was crashed into by Jonathan Toews and David Backes this past Wednesday. Good news for Elliott, though he reportedly will take a back seat to Jake Allen on Saturday night, when the Blues take on the Predators.

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      Blues' Brian Elliott: Exits Wednesday's game against Chicago

      Elliott exited Wednesday's tilt against the Blackhawks with an undisclosed injury after allowing four goals on 15 shots,'s Lou Korac reports. Elliott exited the contest after Jonathan Toews and David Backes came crashing into him late in the first period. It isn't entirely clear if Elliott left the game primarily due to injury or poor performance, or a combination of both factors, but the Blues should provide an update on the 30-year-old netminder's status once they have an opportunity to evaluate him further.

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      Blues' Brian Elliott: Starting Wednesday against Chicago

      Elliott will be in the blue paint for Wednesday's contest with Chicago, Tom Timmermann of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. Elliott will return to the net for the first time since October 24, when he suffered his only loss of the season (an overtime loss). While his 4-0-1 record and 2.18 goals against average give the impression of great goaltending, Elliott's .908 save percentage shows that he has been heavily supported by strong play in front of him. Jake Allen has jumped Elliott on the Blues' depth chart with his recent run of success, and Wednesday's game is Elliott's chance to pull closer to Allen in the Blues' goaltending competition.

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      Blues' Brian Elliott: Back at practice

      Elliott (illness) returned to practice Tuesday, Lou Korac of reports. Considering the Blues didn't have to recall a goaltender, it appears Elliott will be available to serve as the backup to Jake Allen in Tuesday's contest against the Lightning. His next chance to start will be Thursday night against the Ducks.

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      Blues' Brian Elliott: Dealing with illness

      Elliott is dealing with an illness but is hoping to be available as a backup Tuesday against the Lightning, Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. Jake Allen has already been tabbed as the starter for Tuesday's contest, so Elliott should get some extra time to recover. He could have a chance to be back between the pipes for Thursday's tilt against the Ducks, but the Blues may have to recall a goalie from the AHL if Elliott is unable to suit up Tuesday.

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      Blues' Brian Elliott: Starting Saturday against the Islanders

      Elliott will get the starting nod Saturday against the Islanders,'s Lou Korac reports. Elliott has played well for the Blues in 2015-16, posting a 4-0-0 record with a 2.01 GAA and .918 save percentage. He draws into an unfavorable matchup Saturday against New York, however, as the Islanders have averaged 3.43 goals scored per game thus far this season, good for fifth best in the NHL.

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      Blues' Brian Elliott: Wins fourth straight

      Elliott turned aside 27 of the 29 shots he faced in Sunday's win over the Jets. Elliott's record continues to be perfect in the young season, as the Blues are now 4-0-0 with the 30-year-old manning the net. He's maintaining a strong 2.00 GAA and, at this point, appears to have created some separation between Jake Allen in the battle for the primary goaltending duties.

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      Blues goalie Brian Elliott starting Sunday against Winnipeg

      Blues goalie Brian Elliott will get the start in net Sunday against the Jets, Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. Elliott has enjoyed a great start to the 2015-16 campaign, posting a 3-0-0 record with a 2.00 GAA and .912 save percentage in three starts. He'll look to keep his hot start rolling Sunday against a Jets squad that has been one of the most proficient offensive units in the NHL this season, averaging 3.6 goals scored per game.

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