The Toronto Maple Leafs are reportedly among the teams inquiring about New York Rangers goalie Alexander Georgiev.
According to TSN's Darren Dreger, no offer has been made from the Leafs and the Rangers would want a lot back for Georgiev if they were to move him.
The Leafs currently sit at No. 6 in the East and are looking to make a move that will send them up the ranks and secure a playoff spot.
Frederik Andersen has started 38 games for Toronto this season at goalie and is second in wins in the NHL with 22. However, Andersen ranks just 25th in goals against average (2.80) and save percentage (.912), which leaves his winning percentage feeling more about the offense than his defense.
Georgiev has started 21 games for the Rangers this season, as they rotate through a goalie line that includes Henrik Lundqvist and Igor Shesterkin -- who made his NHL debut earlier this month.
He's allowed 62 goals (3.06 GAA) and has made 651 saves (.913 save percentage) this season in 22 appearances.
But the Rangers' plan to trade key pieces may have come to a standstill, as the team continues to win as of late (winners of four of their last five games) and change the direction of their season.