Last season, the NHL announced that it will be implementing new player and puck tracking technologies, information that will unearth a lot of new data that is either currently unavailable or, at the very least, imprecise.
As is the case with the existing data, some stats are more useful than others in telling us how a team - or an individual player - is performing. It's not yet clear exactly all the ways in which this new information will be used. But here are five statistics I'd love to see the league produce. Honestly, some of these could be tabulated without the tracking data - and in fact, some websites do assemble info that overlaps with my wish list. But surely, the new technology will help facilitate obtaining all of this information and I hope at some point the league makes these categories official.