The Toronto Maple Leafs reportedly have interest in forward Alexander Radulov and defenseman Nikita Zaitsev of the KHL's CKSA Moscow hockey club.
Toronto's interest in Zaitsev has been reported for the last two months, and the belief is the Maple Leafs will sign him at some point in the near future.
Radulov, however, according to Russian sports media outlet AllHockey.ru, is also of interest, which is news to a few in the industry.
TSN Hockey Insider Bob McKenzie said, during an interview on TSN 1050 in Toronto on Monday, that he had not been aware of any interest in Radulov stemming from the Maple Leafs.
It's possible, as McKenzie noted, that he's simply unaware of Toronto's interest, but hinted Radulov coming to the Leafs is unlikely.
Meanwhile, hockey reported Aivis Kalnins, who covers the KHL overseas, reported via Twitter that Radulov "has not talked to Leafs and isn't going to Toronto."