It appears as if there could be a good ol' New York vs. New Jersey battle for Finnish hockey phenom Kaapo Kakko.
Many expect the 18-year-old forward to go second overall to the Rangers, but perhaps it is too early to count out the Devils just yet.
Kakko scored an impressive goal at the IIHF Worlds on Friday, grabbing the puck on a breakaway while a defender attempted to trip him from behind. Kakko escaped free of the defender's stick while also deking out the goalie to sneak the puck past him.
When the clip of the goal surfaced on Twitter, the Rangers tweeted out the eyeball emoji while the Devils tweeted out a double eyes emoji along with a gif of the goal five minutes later.
👀- New York Rangers (@NYRangers) May 10, 2019
The Devils will have their choice between Kakko and 17-year-old American Jack Hughes, who is also competing in the IIHF World Championships and is widely considered to be the No. 1 overall pick.
The Devils will officially be on the clock for the NHL Draft on June 21 in Vancouver.