The Toronto Maple Leafs took a beating on Sunday night at the hands of the Florida Panthers.
While the Leafs were able to put up another four goals, unfortunately they were doubled up by the Panthers who scored eight goals.
It's pretty much a consensus that the Leafs need to bring in somebody to strengthen up their blueline if they want to taste some playoff success.
According to Sportsnet's Elliotte Friedman, the Leafs have kicked the tires on one San Jose Sharks defenseman.
"They will take about their UFAs, Brenden Dillon and Melker Karlsson. I think there is a lot of interest in Dillon, potentially even a team like Toronto kicking the tires there."
Dillon is a big 6'4 225lb lefty from New Westminster, B.C.
The 22 year old has one goal and 10 assists so far this season following back to back seasons of 22 points.
Do you think he would be a good fit on the blueline?