Islanders GM Garth Snow confirmed that bit of news to TSN Hockey Insider Darren Dreger on Sunday, telling him via text message that he is not making a coaching change.
"The atmosphere in this building during the playoffs and last spring, there's nothing I want more than to recreate that," Capuano told the New York Post. "I'm just as frustrated as [the fans] are. We're doing everything we can to turn this around."
Snow is more focused on upgrading his blueline and getting his hands on a second-line scorer.
The Islanders have inquired about Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman Jake Gardiner and New York Rangers blueliner Michael Del Zotto, but the price tag for both players appears to be too high for Snow.
Snow will continue his search for outside help, and is likely to expand his options this week, as it's believed he would like to make a move to help shake up his roster.
The Islanders have just two wins in their last 13 games.