Report: Maple Leafs 'have some interest' in Martin Brodeur

Darren Kritzer

Free agent Martin Brodeur raised some eyebrows Wednesday after he was spotted talking with the CEO of Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, Tim Leiweke at the Yankees/Blue Jays game at Rogers Centre.

Would the Maple Leafs have interest in the future Hockey Hall of Famer? 

if Brodeur was to sign with Toronto, it would all but mean the end of James Reimer's tenure as a Maple Leaf. Earlier Thursday, general manager Dave Nonis wouldn't rule out Reimer returning to the club next season.