Maatta (illness) will be a game-time decision on Saturday.
Maatta missed the Penguins morning skate and is listed as a game-time decision for tonight's game vs. the Blackhawks. Maatta has had a solid campaign to date, having picked up two goals and nine assists (11 points) in 21 games.
Maatta underwent successful hand surgery and is expected to miss six weeks.
Maatta played just 7:38 before leaving last night’s game with a hand injury. The Penguins quickly announced that he underwent surgery and will likely miss the remainder of the regular season. Expect the Penguins to place him on LTIR to create a roster spot and earn some cap relief ahead of the 2017 trade deadline.
Maatta (illness) will return to the lineup on Saturday.
Maatta missed the last two games with an illness, but is set to return to the lineup tomorrow vs. the Canadiens. Once heralded as one of the next great young defenseman, Maatta has struggled to produce offensively, picking up just two assists in 35 games this season.
Source: @penguins 12/30/16, 9:19 am EST
Maatta (illness) will not play on Wednesday.
Maatta did not travel to New Jersey for Tuesday's game and will also miss tonight's game at home vs. the Hurricanes. The Penguins will get Trevor Daley back to replace Brian Dumoulin, who broke his jaw last night. Maatta is considered day-to-day.
Source: @penguins 12/28/16, 12:22 pm EST
Maatta (illness) will not play on Tuesday.
The Penguins have a quick one-game trip to New Jersey tonight and left Olli Maatta back in Pittsburgh because he is dealing with an illness. With Maatta out, Chad Ruhwedel will draw into the Penguins lineup vs. the Devils.
Maatta will be back in the Penguins lineup for Game 5.
Maatta will be a healthy scratch for Game 2.
Source: @penguins 05/16/16, 3:53 pm EST
Maatta not expected to be in the lineup for Game 2; officially listed as a game-time decision.
Source: @penguins 05/16/16, 7:54 am EST
Maatta (upper-body) will be a game-time decision for Game 6.
Maatta (head) will be a game-time decision for Game 4.
Maatta (head) did not skate this morning; not expected to play in Game 3.
Maatta (lower-body) will be a game-time decision on Wednesday.
Maatta was on the ice for the second day in a row and skated alongside Kris Letang in Tuesday’s practice, but remains a game-time decision for Game 1 vs. the Rangers. Monitor his status during the Penguins morning skate on Wednesday, but things are trending in the right direction for him to return after a nine-game absence.
Maatta (lower-body) practiced on Monday but remains questionable for Game 1.
Maatta missed the final nine games of the regular season and might miss the start of the postseason as well. He took part in the Penguins’ practice this morning, but said “I really can’t say for sure” when he was asked if he would play on Wednesday.
Source: @penguins 04/11/16, 10:07 am EST
Maatta (lower-body) will miss the final two games of the regular season.
Maatta is week-to-week with a lower-body injury.
Maatta finished Thursday’s game in New Jersey, but will miss multiple weeks with a lower-body injury that he suffered. With Maatta out, Ben Lovejoy will draw back into the Penguins lineup on Saturday.
The Penguins have signed Olli Maata to a six-year, $24.498M ($4.083M AAV) contract extension.
Maatta was set to be a restricted free agent at the end of the season, but is now signed through the 2021-22 season with a $4.083 million cap-hit. Maatta has 16 points (6G / 10A) in 53 games this season and 54 points (16G / 38A) in 151 career NHL games.
Maatta (upper-body) will be back in the Penguins lineup on Saturday.
Source: @penguins 12/5/15, 9:10 am EST
Maatta (upper-body) may play this weekend.
Maatta (upper-body) returned to practice on Monday.
Maatta is nearly two weeks into a 3-4 week timetable and his return to practice already suggests that he could return at the front-end of that timeline. Maatta will need to get a couple of practices under his belt before he gets back into the lineup.
Maatta (upper-body) has been released from hospital; expected to miss 3-4 weeks.
Maatta was hit from behind into the bench door in Tuesday’s win over the Islanders. He was hospitalized for nearly 24 hours and is now expected to miss 3-4 weeks with an upper-body injury. The Penguins were originally worried about organ damage, so 3-4 weeks isn’t too bad all things considered. Expect the Penguins to recall a blueliner on Wednesday night or Thursday morning.