Islanders co-owners Jon Ledecky and Scott Malkin said they will "be evaluating all aspects of our hockey operations" last month, and since that brief statement that didn't involve press questions, no change has yet to be made.
Garth Snow still sits in his chair with his president and general manager titles on his desk, but that could very well change if the Islanders decide to pursue Lou Lamoriello, who isn't returning as the Maple Leafs' GM next season.
It was part of a contract with the Leafs that had Lamoriello in the GM role for three seasons before transitioning over to an advisory role. However, according to The Athletic's Arthur Staple, Lamoriello "has no intention of staying on to perform" in that role, per his sources.
Staple adds that Lamoriello would likely take one of Snow's titles, but if he refuses, then Ledecky and Malkin could truly go in a different direction and show Snow the door. Islanders fans were calling for Snow's exit throughout a disappointing 2017-18 season that saw a hot start fizzle out in the second half.
Lamoriello has ties with the Islanders as his son, Chris, serves as the team's assistant GM.
As for head coach Doug Weight's position with the Isles, there looks to be no changes on the coaching side of things at the moment. Staple points out that this scenario could change if Lamoriello finds his way to Long Island. But Weight and the rest of his staff seem to be safe from the owner's "evaluation."
Finally, that brings up the third big question this offseason in what star forward John Tavares will do in free agency. There hasn't been much of an update there either, as Tavares is expected to go into the five-day contact window with other teams from June 25-30.
Tavares has expressed his interest in staying with the Islanders, and Staple suggests that adding someone like Lamoriello to the front office would show Tavares that Ledecky and Malkin are making changes necessary to get him the Stanley Cup he wants.
Overall, there doesn't seem to be much to make of these rumors as of now. Change is supposedly on the horizon, but until then, Isles Country will have to wait patiently.