Wild uses iPad replays to improve during games

Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune
Wild uses iPad replays to improve during games
Wild uses iPad replays to improve during games

MONTREAL – A new face appears on the Wild bench after the first period each game, setting up behind the forwards and wielding an iPad that he pores over during a stoppage in play. “He's great,” winger Ryan Donato said. “He immediately will come back up to you and say, 'Hey, you can do X, Y and Z instead of what you just did there,' and obviously you can immediately go and correct it and see it firsthand. So it's pretty cool.” Since the second game of the season, the Wild has brought assistant coach Darby Hendrickson down from his post in the press box as an eye in the sky to the front row of the action for the second and third periods — a change implemented to help players quickly watch what

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