ST. LOUIS, Mo. -- After a 32-save performance and picking up his first win in a Calgary uniform, Flames coach Glen Gulutzan will turn back to 'Moose.'
Elliott, who didn't get the start when the Blues were in Calgary on Saturday, was a perfect 7-for-7 in the shootout and helped the Flames down the Chicago Blackhawks 3-2.
Also, right wing Troy Brouwer, who spent one season with the Blues after being acquired in a trade with the Washington Capitals for T.J. Oshie, will make his return to Scottrade Center tonight for the first time.
Brouwer did play Saturday and had an assist for the Flames.
The Blues' projected lineup:
Robby Fabbri-Paul Stastny-Alexander Steen
David Perron-Jaden Schwartz-Vladimir Tarasenko
Dmitrij Jaskin-Patrik Berglund-Nail Yakupov
Scottie Upshall-Kyle Brodziak-Ryan Reaves
Jay Bouwmeester-Alex Pietrangelo
Carl Gunnarsson-Kevin Shattenkirk
Joel Edmundson-Colton Parayko
Carter Hutton will start in goal. Jake Allen will be the backup.
The healthy scratches are Robert Bortuzzo, Ty Rattie and Magnus Paajarvi. Jori Lehtera (upper body) is day to day.
The Flames' projected lineup:
Johnny Gaudreau-Sean Monahan-Alex Chiasson
Kris Versteeg-Sam Bennett-Troy Brouwer
Lance Bouma-Mikael Backlund-Michael Frolik
Micheal Ferland-Matt Stajan-Matthew Tkachuk
Mark Giordano-Dennis Wideman
TJ Brodie-Deryk Engelland
Nicklas Grossman-Dougie Hamilton
Brian Elliott will get the start in goal after making 32 saves and going 7-for-7 in the shootout against Chicago on Monday. Chad Johnson will be the backup.
Healthy scratches include Freddie Hamilton, Jyrki Jokipakka and Brett Kulak. Ladislav Smid (neck) is out.