The Florida Panthers are believed to be one of the teams courting veteran sniper Alexander Radulov.
Radulov, who turns 30 on July 5, was first drafted 15th overall by the Predators in 2004 and played 154 career NHL regular-season games with the Preds, registering 47 goals and 55 assists for 102 points.
In 53 games with CSKA Moscow this season, Radulov registered 23 goals and 42 assists for 65 points.
Radulov earned $9.2 million, per year, with CSKA, and is in line for a considerable paycut when he returns to the NHL.
The Panthers are hot in pursuit, according to multiple reports, but they aren't the only club, as the Detroit Red Wings have shown interest from the get-go.
Some reports indicate the New Jersey Devils and New York Islanders are also in the mix, while the Colorado Avalanche and Washington Capitals are no longer believed to be involved.