Found March 19, 2013 on HockeyBuzz:
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It's mid March and the Islanders are one game over that pivotal .500 mark. But as Jack Capuano told Newsday's Art Staple, they shouldn't feel too good about themselves. I was happy to read that quote this morning with my coffee and sunflower seed bagel. It shows that Jack understands the real urgency -- even though he doesn't show it very often in the post game reports when the MSG cameras are...
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