Video session teaches a primer in passing, playmaking

Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune
Video session teaches a primer in passing, playmaking
Video session teaches a primer in passing, playmaking

The reel was rife with turnovers, errant passes that landed in teammates' skates and no puck support. Or, as Marcus Foligno called it, “bonehead plays.” Before returning to action Sunday, that's what the Wild watched — a series of its own mistakes. “It's humbling and embarrassing, too,” Foligno continued, “because you're looking at tape-to-tape passes and you're in the NHL.” But the video session paid off, with a slick passing sequence up ice leading to the decisive tally in a 4-3 rally over the Canadiens on Sunday at Xcel Energy Center that improved the Wild to 2-6. “We came out clean, and that is something we haven't been doing a lot of this season and that's why we haven't been getting a lot

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