Maatta scored a first-period goal and logged a team-high 24:58 of ice time during Friday's Game 4 win over Ottawa.

Maatta played a full three minutes more than any other Penguin at even strength in Game 4, as he's being leaned on to step up with so many Pittsburgh defensemen injured or playing at less than 100 percent. Unfortunately, Maatta often doesn't translate his sound on-ice game to virtual results. He has a respectable six points through 16 postseason games, but he's only registered 23 shots and 28 blocked shots, so his fantasy floor is low. Additionally, Maatta logged just 26 seconds with the man advantage in Game 4, and slotting anywhere but on Pittsburgh's No. 1 power-play unit doesn't provide much of a boost.

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