I was looking over Alexander Ovechkin's career shooting data and I thought it merited being posted. First, his progression at even-strength, per 3600 seconds of ice time:
The most interesting change, I think, is the drop-off in slap shots from his rookie season. Contrast that with his play on the PP:
Here, his slap shot rate has gone way up. So Washington is setting Ovechkin up for vastly more one-timers on the PP than when he was a rookie, while teams are preventing same at even-strength. How does he compare to the rest of the league?
Clearly there are way more one-timer slap shots on the PP than at ES, but Ovechkin increases his rate even more than the league as a whole.