Brian Elliott Stats
- Height / Weight
- 74 / 221 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 4/9/1985 (37)
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Tampa Bay Lightning goaltender Brian Elliott posted his first shutout of the season on Sunday with a 28-save performance in a 5-0 victory over Buffalo. The veteran netminder made this 14th start of the campaign and improved his record to 8-3-3. It's been a very solid season for Elliott, who sits on a 2.31 goals-against average and a .918 save percentage. The 37-year-old journeyman has now recorded a shutout with five different franchises. Sean Burke (7), Dwayne Roloson (6) and Lorne Chabot (6) are the only goalies in league history to achieve it with more clubs.
Tampa Bay Lightning netminder Brian Elliott will get a rare start while playing against the Rangers Friday. Elliott's last outing resulted in a loss to the Senators, where the veteran goalie allowed three goals on 25 Ottawa shots. Appearing in just seven games, he has a record of 3-2-1 while sitting on a 2.78 goals-against-average and a .903 save percentage. He has served mainly as a backup throughout the later years in his lengthy career. Unless something drastic happens in Tampa Bay, Elliott isn't an essential player in fantasy.
Tampa Bay Lightning goaltender Brian Elliott will get his fourth start of the season on Tuesday against St. Louis. The veteran netminder has won both of his last two starts, improving to 2-1-0 for the season. He's allowed 3.30 goals per game with a .878 save percentage. Elliott owns a winning record, but he's allowed at least three goals in all of his appearances so far and this is far from an easy matchup for him. The Blues have been slumping lately, but they got back to winning ways against Columbus at the weekend and should be able to kick on now.
Tampa Bay Lightning goaltender Brian Elliott will make his first appearance of the season on Monday against Buffalo. The veteran netminder starts his first year in Tampa after playing four seasons with Philadelphia. Elliott had a decent 15-9-2 record with two shutouts in 2020-21 but only managed to register a 3.06 goals-against average with a .889 save percentage. Tampa has been inconsistent early in the season and Buffalo had enjoyed a fine start, but there's an overall gulf in class between the two teams and it should help Elliott to make a winning start for his new squad. The Lightning have dropped only five of the last 26 games in the matchup.