Brian Elliott G STL 11 Days

Elliott (knee) was a limited participant in Tuesday's practice, Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.

Elliott was dressed in full gear for the session and said he's been feeling good during the rehab process, but it doesn't look like he's close to a return just yet. While Elliott has been out, the Blues have signed Martin Brodeur to serve as the primary backup to Jake Allen, who has since ascended to the top spot on the goalie depth chart.

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Elliott (knee) skated Tuesday for the first time since suffering his injury last week, Sportsnet's John Shannon reports.

Despite the seemingly good news regarding Elliott's health, the Blues still went out and signed veteran Martin Brodeur on Tuesday, signaling that a return isn't necessarily forthcoming for Elliott. The Blues are still considering him week-to-week with the injury, and probably won't have a clearer timeline for his return until he resumes practicing.

Brian Elliott G STL 24 Days

Elliott (knee) was moved to injured reserve Wednesday.

With the Blues deeming Elliott week-to-week after he suffered a knee injury in Tuesday's game, the goalie was placed on IR to pave the way for the activation of Jordan Binnington from AHL Chicago. Binnington figures to see scant duty behind Jake Allen, who will now be in line for a full-time role in the wake of Elliott's injury.

Brian Elliott G STL 24 Days

Coach Ken Hitchcock announced after Wednesday's practice that Elliott is considered week-to-week with a suspected knee sprain, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports.

Though Elliott will miss multiple games as a result of the injury sustained Tuesday night, he appears to have avoided a more serious issue, as the Blues determined surgery won't be necessary. Still, the week-to-week timetable will make it tough to pin down an expected return date for the netminder. Jake Allen is expected to carry the load for the Blues as the No. 1 netminder and should make for an upper-tier fantasy option in the interim now that he won't have to share duties with Elliott.

Brian Elliott G STL 25 Days

Elliot has a lower body injury and will not return to Tuesday's game, NHL.com's Lou Korac reports.

He collided with a member of the Senators in Tuesday's game, and while the contact was incidental, it was enough to keep Elliot from returning. He was replaced by Jake Allen and should be considered day-to-day.

Brian Elliott G STL 25 Days

Elliott was removed from Tuesday's outing in the second period following a collision with a member of the Senators.

Elliott headed to the locker room after taking the hit, which was deemed incidental contact. It's not apparent what type of injury Elliott might have suffered, but given the force of the impact, the Blues will more than likely evaluate him for a concussion. Elliott stopped all 16 shots he faced Tuesday and held a 2-0 lead before being replaced by Jake Allen, so he could still have a chance at coming away with a victory. The Blues figure to update his condition either after the game or at Wednesday's skate.

Brian Elliott G STL 25 Days

Elliott will be in goal for Tuesday's game against the Senators, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports.

Elliott, who has not given up more than three goals in a game this season, will face off against an Ottawa squad that has won just two of its last eight games.

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Elliott turned aside 22 of 24 shots en route to his eighth win of the season Saturday as the Blues beat the Senators 3-2.

Elliott got the best of his former team in the matinee, improving his record to 8-4-1 on the season. His numbers (1.90 GAA, .927 save percentage) continue to impress, but until he can create a large enough cushion between he and backup Jake Allen to allow himself to start more than two games in a row, he'll be on the outside of the league's truly elite netminders.

Brian Elliott G STL 28 Days

Elliott will be between the pipes Saturday against the Senators, Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.

Elliott yielded Thursday's start against the Canadiens to Jake Allen, but he'll be back in the net Saturday. The traveling Blues would seemingly be at a disadvantage playing an afternoon game on the road, but Elliott's been too good in any circumstance to keep on the bench. He sports a 7-4-1 record to go along with a 1.89 GAA and .928 save percentage over his 12 appearances on the season.

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Elliott faced only 17 pucks Tuesday against the Bruins, but allowed two goals to take a 2-0 loss.

He was just over half as busy as opposing goalie Marc-Andre Fleury, but Fleury was impenetrable on Tuesday. This represents Elliott's worst start in some time, but he still hasn't allowed more than three goals in a game all year.