09:11 PM ET 01.10 | Earlier this week is was reported that the Toronto Maple Leafs were interested in acquiring the services of veteran goaltender Roberto Luongo, but it appeared for a while that they aren't alone in their pursuit. As many as three teams were interested in Luongo on Wednesday but the Philadelphia Flyers had reportedly thrown their hat into the race. Now, this is an interesting prospect, considering the Flyers already have a goalie locked up in net, as Ilya Bryzgalov was locked up long-term at a pretty penny by the Flyers back in 2011. Bryzgalov's cap hit for the Flyers is roughly just over $5 million per season until his contract expires in 2019, so the fact that Luongo is reportedly on their radar is head scratching. While the Flyers may not have direct interest in Luongo, a more realistic approach seems to be helping somebody else get him while dumping some salary in the process. Jimmy Murphy from ESPN reported that the Flyers, Maple Leafs and Canucks were working out a three-way trade for the goalie that would land him in Toronto.