VOORHEES, N.J. - Brian Elliott will be back in a Flyers sweater for the first time since Nov. 15.
The 33-year-old goaltender was recalled Tuesday from his conditioning assignment with the Phantoms and is expected to back up Carter Hart for Tuesday's game against the Lightning.
It will be interesting to see what Elliott's future in Philadelphia is for the remainder of this season with the addition of Cam Talbot, who wasn't with his new team for Wednesday's morning skate in Voorhees.
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Elliott could be traded to a contending team with no roster restrictions after the Feb. 25 deadline, although NHL teams still have to be compliant with the salary cap.
Once again, the Flyers have three goaltenders on the active roster with Hart, Elliott and Mike McKenna. McKenna could be placed on waivers as soon as Talbot is cleared to join the team.
Elliott played admirably in his 14 games prior to his injury with a 2.59 goals-against average and a .911 save percentage. However, his 6-7-0 record doesn't reflect that. He appeared in two games for the Phantoms over the weekend.
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