I was about to say that there's nothing wrong and that you shouldn't panic. I still think you shouldn't panic! But there's definitely something wrong. I don't know if his lack of production is entirely his fault though.
The highest scoring player on the team has 13 points and is 33rd overall in league scoring. He's a rookie named Agozzino. Behind him at 35th, also with 13 points is Michael Sgarbossa, another rookie. After that, the only other players they have in the top 100 scorers are Lerg (46th, 12 pts), Barrie (60th, 12 pts), and Pock (64th, 12 pts). Lerg is 26 and I'd say a career AHLer, and Pock is 31. Barrie is obviously a legit prospect, but the rest are either unknown at the AHL level (Agozzino, Sgarbossa) or largely irrelevant (Lerg, Pock). After that you've got Mark Olver at 105th, Luke Walker at 115th, and then no one until the 160's.
My point is this: if you're gameplanning against Lake Erie and you see names like those and Elliott, who are you going to key on? At the top of my list, and definitely to start the season, is Elliott. He's arguably the best player on their roster and he's probably being put in all the tough situations. He didn't have to deal with that with Colorado and was able to produce. I'll bet his numbers in the NHL are better than his AHL numbers for that reason, unless he's given more than half a season to adjust to the AHL. I think he'll be fine.
16 team, full keeper
19 roster players, 15 prospects
Stats: G, A, PPG, SHG, special teams assists, SOG, FOW, PIM, hits, blocked shots, +/-, W, SO, saves, s%, GAA, shootout saves
C: Crosby, Backstrom, H. Sedin, Boyle, Brassard
W: Voracek, Burrows, McDonald, Filppula, Dorsett, Hudler, Abdelkader, Bouchard, Ott, Zuccarello, Stalberg
D: Karlsson, Letang, Enstrom, Boyle, Giordano, Gorges, M. Stuart
G: Quick, Kiprusoff, Ellis
Prospects: Granlund, Pirri, Caron, Killorn, T. Johnson, Galiev, Corrado, Vatanen, Moore, Rundblad, Bachman, C. Johnson, Desjardins