The Philadelphia Flyers are in Chicago tonight as they'll play the Blackhawks at the United Center. 

Flyers' head coach Alain Vigneault has said that there won't be any lineup changes and that Brian Elliott will start his second game in a row. 

Elliott and Hart have pretty much put up the same percentage with Elliott having a better save percentage. 

“Obviously we’re analyzing the performances of the goaltenders, we’re analyzing the performances of the players,” Vigneault said. "That’s why we’re shuffling the deck down there. But with Brian’s last game, there’s no doubt he deserves to come back in goal and give us another good game.”

“You always knew you would have a competitive goaltender not giving up on any shots,” he added. "This year, everybody felt good about him, health-wise, and [general manger] Chuck [Fletcher] brought him back, and we have a guy who is willing to fight for ice time, and he’s a good team person.”

AV also said that he's known Elliott as a competitive guy from playing against him, definitely sounds like Elliott will get the majority of the starts if he stays healthy. 

Source: Philadelphia Inquirer