New goalie Brian Elliott arrived Friday at the Flyers’ practice facility in Voorhees, eager to show that his strong second half last season — he went 17-6-1 with a 2.24 goals-against average and .924 save percentage — will carry into 2017-18. Elliott struggled at the start of last season in Calgary, his first year with the club, but steadied himself and sparked the Flames into the playoffs. “As a team, we came together, and I benefited from that,” said Elliott, who signed a two-year, free-agent deal on July 1 for a total of $5.5 million. “I felt real good from the middle to the end of the season in Calgary, and I want to continue that feeling. You feel confident and feel that, no matter what, you can make that save. When you have that feeling and that confidence back there, then the guys can go and do their job.” Elliott, 32, a two-time all-star during his stellar tenure with St. Louis, and Michal Neuvirth are expected to divide goaltending duties this season. “You want to play as many games as you can, but it’s a tough league and everybody has to contribute or else you’re not going anywhere,” said Elliott, who has settled in Haddonfield with his wife and their 11-month-old son, Owen. “You can see that from Pittsburgh last year. If they don’t have Marc-Andre Fleury, they’re not winning anything.”