Ryan McDonagh's 10-team no-trade list does not include the Toronto Maple Leafs, TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun reports.

LeBrun notes, however, the Maple Leafs have yet to decide to "get serious on an offer" to the New York Rangers for the defenceman.

According to LeBrun, the Boston Bruins are also in the mix on the Rangers captain, but they are unwilling to pay the Rangers’ current asking price. The Bruins acquired defenceman Nick Holden from the Rangers earlier this week for a third-round pick and defenceman Rob O'Gara.

The 28-year-old McDonagh has one year and $5.3 million remaining on the six-year deal he signed with club in 2014.

In 49 games this season, McDonagh has two goals and 24 assists while averaging 23:55 of ice time per contest. 

McDonagh has been sidelined since Feb. 7 due to an upper-body injury, but Rangers head coach Alain Vigneault said Wednesday he would resume practising in the coming days.

A native of St. Paul, Minn., McDonagh is in his eighth NHL season, all with the Rangers.

Twice an All-Star, McDonagh was originally taken in the first round of the 2007 NHL Entry Draft (12th overall) by the Montreal Canadiens out of the University of Wisconsin.