Elliott made 16 saves in 3-1 win over the Capitals in a Stanley Cup Qualifiers round-robin game on Thursday.
Elliott continued his regular-season dominance over the Caps with the win. This was a nice win for the veteran who will spend the the rest of the playoffs watching Carter Hart from the end of the bench.
Elliott will get the starting nod for Thursday's round-robin matchup with Washington.
Elliott was always expected to start one of the three round-robin clashes and will face off with Washington, a team that he defeated twice in the regular season with a 2.00 GAA and .926 save percentage. This will likely be the last time fantasy players will get a glimpse of Elliott during the playoffs, as Carter Hart will likely take the reins into Round 1.
Elliott will guard the road goal during Thursday's game versus the Lightning, Jordan Hall of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
Elliott was sharp in his last start March 4 against the Capitals, stopping 25 of 27 shots en route to an impressive 5-2 road victory. The veteran netminder will attempt to pick up a second straight road win in a tough matchup with a Tampa Bay team that's 22-10-2 at home this year.
Elliott made 25 saves in a 5-2 win over Washington on Wednesday.
Elliott was sharp in earning his second straight road victory. He was beaten only on a Lars Eller breakaway and a Garnet Hathaway finish of an odd-man rush. The 34-year-old owns a sub-.900 save percentage (.899) on the season but has won seven of his last 10 starting assignments, going 7-2-1 in that stretch.
Elliott will defend the blue paint during Wednesday's road matchup with Washington, Bill Meltzer of NHL.com reports.
Elliott wasn't great in his last start Feb. 20 against the Blue Jackets, surrendering three goals on 31 shots, but he was ultimately able to pick up his 15th win of the season thanks to strong goal support from his teammates. He'll attempt to secure a second straight victory in a tough road matchup with a Capitals club that's averaging 3.44 goals per game at home this campaign, sixth most in the NHL.
Elliott made 28 saves in a 4-3 overtime win over Columbus.
His season numbers aren't impressive, but you can't deny his recent success. Elliott is 3-2 in his last five starts and 5-2-1 with two shutouts since Jan 15. Carter Hart is back from injury, but Elliott is a worthy play whenever he's in the blue paint.
Elliott will defend the blue paint during Thursday's road clash with Columbus, Mark Scheig of The Hockey Writers reports.
Elliott struggled in his last start Feb. 11 against the Islanders, allowing four goals on just 24 shots en route to a 5-3 defeat. The veteran backstop will attempt to bounce back in a road matchup with a struggling Blue Jackets club that's lost six straight games.
Elliott allowed four goals on 24 shots in a 5-3 loss to the Islanders on Tuesday.
This one hurts. Elliott yielded three goals in the first 16 minutes, putting his team in a huge hole. He rebounded in the second and third, stopping 15 of 16 shots, but with less than a minute remaining in regulation and about 45 seconds after the Flyers tied the game, Elliott allowed the game-winner. Elliott is 14-7-4 with a 2.90 GAA and .898 save percentage in 29 games this season.
Elliott is expected to patrol the crease on the road versus the Islanders on Tuesday, per Andrew Gross of Newsday.
Elliott takes the second game of the Flyers' back-to-back after Carter Hart got the nod against Florida on Monday. The two netminders should split the majority of the workload down the stretch, though Hart figures to get a few extra looks from time to time.
Elliott made 25 saves in a 7-2 win over Washington on Saturday.
He's 2-1 with a shutout in his last three starts as he continues to fill in for injured started Carter Hart. And surprisingly, Elliott has the Flyers within a stone's throw of a playoff start. Keep trotting him out there.
Elliott will tend the twine on the road against Washington on Saturday, Jordan Hall of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
Elliott is 4-1-1 with a 2.07 GAA and .914 save percentage in six appearances since Carter Hart (abdomen) was sidelined. The 34-year-old Elliott needs just seven more victories to reach the 20-win mark for the fifth time in the last six seasons. Once Hart is cleared to play, the two netminders could find themselves splitting the duties the rest of the way.
Elliott yielded four goals on 17 shots before getting pulled in the third period of Thursday's 5-0 loss to the Devils.
Elliott was replaced by Alex Lyon after Miles Wood scored New Jersey's second goal of the third period and fourth of the game less than five minutes into the final frame. This disappointing effort was a rude awakening for the veteran netminder after he had previously put together a strong stretch that included two shutouts in his last three starts and four wins in five games.
Elliott will patrol the crease during Thursday's home game versus New Jersey, Sam Carchidi of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Elliott was unbeatable in his last start Monday against Detroit, turning aside all 16 shots he faced en route to an easy 3-0 victory. The 34-year-old netminder will look to keep rolling in a favorable home matchup with a struggling Devils team that's gone 1-3-3 in its last seven games.
Elliott posted a 16-save shutout in Monday's 3-0 win over the Red Wings.
Elliott was rarely tested in the contest, easily picking up his second donut of the year. The 34-year-old improved to 13-5-4 with a 2.81 GAA and a .903 save percentage in 26 games. Elliott will continue to fill in as the Flyers' No. 1 while Carter Hart (abdomen) is out.
Elliott will protect the road net in Monday's game versus the Red Wings, Sam Carchidi of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Carter Hart (abdomen) remains on the shelf, so Elliott will stay in the blue paint against the conference opponent. Elliott has been solid during Hart's absence, as he's posted a .925 save percentage and 3-0-1 record over four appearances. The veteran could be a popular daily fantasy play Monday, as the Red Wings rank last in the league by a wide margin with just 2.08 goals per game.
Elliott turned aside 16 shots in Friday's 4-3 overtime loss to the Penguins.
The 34-year-old shut out Pittsburgh in his last start before the All-Star break, but the Pens took their revenge in this one, lulling Elliott to sleep in the first period before erupting for three goals on 12 shots in the second, and finally winning it on a Sidney Crosby tally in OT. Despite the loss, Elliott still put together a solid January, going 3-0-2 through six appearances with a 2.58 GAA and .899 save percentage, and he'll remain the Flyers' No. 1 netminder until Carter Hart (abdomen) gets healthy.
Elliott will get the starting nod on the road versus the Penguins on Friday, Sam Carchidi of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Elliott is coming off a 19-save shutout performance over Pittsburgh prior to the All-Star break but was playing within the confines of the Wells Fargo Center. On the road this season, the veteran netminder is 8-4-1 with a 3.29 GAA and .895 save percentage. Elliott will be taking the first game of the Flyers' back-to-back, which likely means Alex Lyon gets the nod versus Colorado on Saturday.
Elliott stopped 19 shots in a 3-0 shutout victory over the Penguins on Tuesday.
Without Carter Hart (abdomen), Elliott has picked up a few key wins just before the All-Star break while only yielding one goal combined in the last two games against the Kings and Penguins. Elliott has stopped 53 of his last 54 shots (.981). He is 12-5-3 with a 2.89 GAA and .904 save percentage in 24 games this season.
Elliott will defend the blue paint during Tuesday's home game versus Pittsburgh, Sam Carchidi of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Elliott was fantastic in his last appearance Saturday against L.A., denying 34 of 35 shots en route to a convincing 4-1 win. The veteran backstop will need to stay sharp in order to have a shot at picking up a third straight win Tuesday, as he'll be taking on a red-hot Penguins squad that's gone 6-1-0 in its last seven contests.
Elliott made 34 saves in a 4-1 win over the Kings on Saturday.
Elliott has back-to-back victories over the Kings and Blues, but his save percentage still sits under .900. Carter Hart is supposed to be back after the All-Star break, so Elliott will hold the fort until then. Unfortunately, the Flyers next face off against Pittsburgh on Tuesday and that will be a difficult test. Best to avoid.
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