Interesting to see during the broadcast last night (and it's been other nights as well). The Sabres intermission show didn't give just the basic stats that intermission shows do (hits, shots, penalties, etc.) but actually included a corsi breakdown as well. As seen in the image below they also broke down shots based on area in the offensive zone. I couldn't find a picture of it but I also saw last night a graphic that included both time spent in the offensive zone as well as time spent with puck possession in the offensive zone. This is the first time I've seen a broadcaster do something like this and it seems to be the first real step to bringing advanced stats (even if it's more "basic" things like corsi) into the normal hockey vernacular, and I thought it would be of particular interest to this forum.