/5 Big Saves from Brian Elliott

5 Big Saves from Brian Elliott

Elliott was a staple in the Blues organization for 5 seasons before being traded to the Calgary Flames in the 2016 offseason. He is an average goaltender in the league, posting a .913 career SV%, and will be a nice fit in Philadelphia this upcoming season.

Last-Second Save vs Blackhawks

In what looked like a simple rebound shot for Richard Panik in the final seconds of the 3rd period, Elliott had other plans and managed to make a stick save to send the game into overtime.

Last-Second Save vs Oilers

Elliott, moving to his right, managed to save Patrick Maroon’s backhand to send the game into a shootout.

Glove Save vs Red Wings

Deep in his net in overtime, Elliott manages to catch a slapshot off the stick of Ryan Sproul with little reaction time.

Windmill Save vs Penguins

Elliott’s glove bails him out again on a slapshot from Brian Dumoulin to keep the game tied in the 2nd period.

Glove Save vs Sharks

Elliott ensures the Sharks don’t score to lock in a playoff spot for the Flames by stopping a shot from Kevin Labanc.

The only way to describe Andrew is by using his own words: “I write poorly for Good Night, Good Hockey. I don’t take anything serious in life except hockey. Bound to make the NHL after I die.” The primary way of contacting Andrew is at this email: aostrosky@gnghockey.com.