Puck and player tracking taking big strides forward in NHL

NHL senior director of coaching and general manager of technology Brant Berglund demonstrates the latest advances in puck and player tracking at a tech showcase before an NHL hockey game between the Buffalo Sabres and New Jersey Devils,Thursday, April 21, 2022, in Newark, N.J. Some data from the NHL’s puck and player tracking system is expected to be publicly available during the upcoming playoffs, and that’s just the start of some of the technological twists that are coming to hockey arenas and broadcasts sooner than later. Custom camera angles and replays for fans at their seats and virtual and augmented reality are among the advancements the league is working on. (AP Photo/Bill Kostroun)

Puck and player tracking taking big strides forward in NHL