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A Brian Elliott trade would be foolish

Recently there were rumors suggesting the Blues were considering a trade which would send Brian Elliott to a new team. The belief was that the club wouldn’t want to roll with three goaltenders once Elliott returned to full health and it wouldn’t make much sense to retain Elliott, Jake Allen and Martin Brodeur. A lot has changed since the rumor surfaced roughly 10 days ago. Brodeur...
Via Frozen Notes
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Blues Injury Update: Brian Elliott still not ready for practice

St. Louis Blues goaltender Brian Elliot faced a few shots on Tuesday but is still not ready for practice. View image | Elliott was injured on November 25th during a game against the Ottawa Senators, when Senators right-winger Erik Condra was pushed into the net by Blues defenseman Chris Butler, which resulted in both players falling on top of Elliott. Elliott...
Via Sports Injury Alert
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Blues considering trading Patrik Berglund and Brian Elliott

The St. Louis Blues are looking to change things up. Recently the Blues were linked to the Boston Bruins as a potential trade partner. Players weren’t specifically named, but it was believed a top-6 forward was involved. Now a new report from The Fourth Period has surfaced suggesting the Blues are shopping Patrik Berglund in what would likely be a package deal involving other players...
Via Puck Drunk Love
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Brodeur to practice with Blues

The St. Louis Blues have invited Martin Brodeur to practice following the Brian Elliott injury. Earlier the Blues announced that Elliott would be out with a lower-body injury and that Jordan Binnington would be called up. This seemed like a temporary fix and it wasn’t long before the speculation started suggesting the Blues may need outside help. BREAKING: #stlblues announce...
Via Frozen Notes
23 days ago  |  Discuss

Blues Injury Update: Brian Elliott leaves game, may miss some time

St. Louis Blues goalie Brian Elliott has a lower-body injury and it is unknown when he will return. #137862702 / Elliott sustained his injury on Tuesday against the Ottawa Senators when Erik Condra tumbled over Elliott during a battle for the puck in the crease, and it appeared that Elliott's right leg buckled, as per NHL. Tom Timmermann from STL Today tweeted...
Via Sports Injury Alert
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Brian Elliott’s injury places pressure on the Blues

Brian Elliott has been diagnosed with a lower-body injury, as reported by the team’s website. The injury occurred when Elliott was collided with during the second period against the Ottawa Senators. Elliott fell backwards and appeared to awkwardly twist his knee. There haven’t been any details or a timeline released regarding his injury. The Blues have called up Jordan Binnington...
Via Frozen Notes
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Blues call up goalie from AHL to replace ailing Elliott

ST. LOUIS -- The Blues will have to find a way to survive without goaltender Brian Elliott, at least for now. St. Louis officially recalled Jordan Binnington from its American Hockey League affiliate in Chicago, a day after Elliott left in the second period of a game against Ottawa at the Scottrade Center. He leads the NHL with a 1.82 goals-against average and had made 16 saves to...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Blues goalie Brian Elliot tweets photo of broken protective cup

St. Louis Blues goaltender Brian Elliot recent tweeted a photo showing a broken protective cup that apparently saved him from a serious injury.#goaliesacrifice #goalieproblems #igot99problems #highpitchvoice #ballsofsteal #XLcup— Brian Elliott (@KidElls1) November 21, 2014Talk about a close call. Let this be a valuable lesson for the young future hockey...
Via Holdout Sports
27 days ago  |  Discuss

NHL Week 6 Roundup: St. Louis dominates

As a hockey fan living in New England, it’s hard to ignore talk about the Boston Bruins. Even non-hockey fans would have their hands full in avoiding knowing how the Bruins are playing. This constant gossip about Boston hockey has led me to an interesting discovery in the past week. No matter what the Bruins do, it’s never good enough. There are fans up here already writing this...
November 17, 2014  |  Discuss

INTERVIEW: St. Louis Blues Brian Elliott Opens Up

St. Louis Blues goaltender Brian Elliott started the 2014-15 season in a winning fashion.  The Newmarket, Ontario-native won his fifth contest and fourth consecutive game against the New York Rangers Monday night.  Elliott’s 36-save performance allowed the Blues to rally back in the third period to an eventual shootout win. The Blues faced the New Jersey Devils in the second...
Via Beyond The Benches
November 07, 2014  |  Discuss

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