JACK CAPUANO RUMORS & GOSSIP
Jack Capuano will return as coach of the New York Islanders next season, general manager Garth Snow said Monday according to Newsday.
The Islanders ended the season winning three straight and going 8-2-2 over their last 12, but finished 14th in the Eastern Conference with a 34-37-11 record one season after making the Stanley Cup Playoffs for the first time since 2007.
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If Jack Capuano was worried about his job security, he got some reassuring news from Islanders owner Garth Snow this week.
Snow told Arthur Staple of Newsday that Capuano will return next season for the Islanders. The Islanders are currently 34-37-11 and are holding firm to last place in the Metropolitan Division.
Garth Snow tells Newsday that...
from Arthur Staple of Newsday,
Jack Capuano said he wants to see a little more effort from the few veterans still left on the active roster for Sunday's season finale here.
"I would hope they're aware," Capuano said of the evaluations he, his coaching staff and general manager Garth Snow are performing on what remains of the team that muddled through this...
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Charlie Moore‘s Winter of Fun continues this month on NESN and some fantastic guests will be joining the mad fisherman for a day on the water and great sports talk.
University of Maine alum and current head coach of the New York Islanders Jack Capuano invites Charlie up to his hometown for some exciting bass fishing.
Charlie discusses the sports rivalry between New York and Boston...
It was a simple question, honest, just meant to see if the coach had anything different planned.
But Jack Capuano instead used it as a sounding board, one not intended for the small Coliseum press conference room after his Islanders lost to the Hurricanes, 3-2 on Saturday night, but rather through the walls and into the dressing room, into the gym, into the cold baths and hot tubs...
The impression may be that with each passing day, the ax is getting closer and closer to Jack Capuano’s head.
Yet the Islanders coach is in better standing than most might believe, The Post has learned. A source familiar with the thinking of general manager Garth Snow said on Tuesday night Capuano is not being perceived as the problem with the plummeting team, and he will not...
It’s impossible to make the argument that Islanders coach Jack Capuano isn’t trying, or that he doesn’t care.
Yet, as of late, it’s easy to make the argument that all of the effort and passion has gone for naught, as Capuano’s team fell again on Saturday night at the Coliseum, a 3-2 overtime loss to the Capitals which was the Islanders’ sixth loss in a row — the past...
New York Islanders head coach Jack Capuano is out of the hospital following surgery to treat kidney stones, but it is unknown when he will make his season debut behind the bench.
Capuano was released Sunday morning after having surgery Saturday night, when the Islanders opened the season with a 2-1 home loss to the New Jersey Devils.
It wasn't until about 25 minutes before...
Via AP on Fox
January 20, 2013
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My blog box buddies, Johnny Z from YesIslanders and Ken Dick from OkposoNet sat in the front row of the room waiting for Jack Capuano to arrive. The MSM, like Art Staple, took up a spot against the wall (as usual). I sat in the back (as usual).
Jack, wearing a suit that is obviously too big for him now that he has lost so much weight, made his way through the crowd and smiled at the media...