Found January 11, 2012 on SI.com:
PLAYERS: Brian Elliott
TEAMS: St. Louis Blues
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Seemingly destined for the goaltending scrapheap, Brian Elliott surfaced as a savior in St. Louis. Michael Farber says the journeyman is the biggest surprise of the season's first half.
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