Elliott turned aside 44 of 46 shots in the Blues 3-2 win over the Blackhawks in game three. Elliott has had an excellent start to the series, going 2-1 with a 1.28 GAA, .963 SV% and one shutout. Elliott has been the star through the first three games and tonight he gets the nod in Chicago, where he will try and give the Blues a 3-1 series lead.
Elliott closed out the regular season on a low-note, allowing four goals on 26 shots in the Blues loss to the Capitals on Saturday. Despite the loss, he won six of his final eight starts with a 1.76 GAA, .933 SV% and three shutouts. With Jake Allen still nurturing an injury, so Elliott gets the call to start the Blues playoff series with Chicago. Elliott was 1-1-0 with a 3.03 GAA and .892 SV% in three starts against the Blackhawks this season.
Elliott allowed one goal on 25 shots in the Blues win in Chicago on Thursday. Since retuning to the Blues’ crease, Elliott has won six of seven starts while posting a 1.34 GAA , .924 and three shutouts. Tonight he faces the Capitals on home ice, where he is 11-3-3 with a 2.20 GAA and .927 SV% at Scottrade Center this season.
Elliott allowed two goals on 27 shots in the Blues win over the Coyotes on Monday. Elliott has won five of his last six starts while posting an impressive 1.41 GAA, .944 SV% and three shutouts. Elliott has had an excellent season, but he has struggled against the Blackhawks. The 30-year-old is 0-1-0 with a 4.80 GAA and .850 SV% in two starts vs. Chicago.
Elliott was pulled after he allowed five goals on 23 shots in the Blues loss to Boston on Friday. After allowing just one goal in his four previous starts, it was surprising to see Elliott struggle vs. the Bruins. With Jake Allen out, Elliott will start tonight vs. Arizona. Elliott is 10-3-3 with a 2.21 GAA and .927 SV% on home ice this season.
The Blues will not hold a morning skate on Monday. Head coach Ken Hitchcock is expected to address the media around 6 p.m. ET.
Jake Allen suffered an undisclosed injury in Sunday’s win, so there’s a very strong chance that Brian Elliott will start vs. the Coyotes. He was pulled in his last start after allowing five goals on 23 shots.
Elliott stopped 20 of 21 shots in the Blues win over the Avalanche on Tuesday. Yeah, he actually allowed a goal. Since returning to the crease on March 19th, Elliott has gone 4-0-0 with a 0.25 GAA, .989 SV% and three shutouts. He draws a strong matchup against a Bruins team that has lost five of their last six while averaging just 1.67 goals per game.
Elliott will start next Tuesday vs. the Avalanche.
Elliott stopped all 15 shots that he faced in the Blues shutout win over the Canucks last Friday. Since returning to the Blues crease on March 19th, Elliott has stopped all 71 shots that he has faced, posting three consecutive shutouts. In the middle of the Fantasy Hockey playoffs, he has been absolutely gold. Tonight he will look to extend his shutout streak to four games against an Avalanche team that has won four of their last six.
Elliott stopped all 37 shots that he faced in the Blues shutout win over the Sharks on Tuesday. After missing nearly one month with a lower-body injury, Elliott returned to the crease to post back-to-back shutouts, stopping all 56 shots that he has faced. He draws an excellent matchup tonight against a Vancouver team that has lost six straight games while averaging just 0.83 goals per game.
Elliott stopped all 19 shots that he faced to shutout the Canucks in his return to the Blues’ crease on Saturday. Elliott picked up right where he left off before suffering a lower-body injury on February 22nd. Elliott has gone 6-1-0 with a 2.08 GAA, .927 SV% and one shutout in his last seven starts. Tonight he faces a Sharks team that has won four of their last five.