In a move to be more transparent, the NHL announced on Thursday that the Toronto Maple Leafs will get an on-ice meter during the 2014-15 season.
The new measurement system will be announced on Saturday.
The ammeter will be installed in the new locker room and the team will wear a special patch on their helmets with a logo reading “Team Ammeter.”
The new measurement will allow the team to see how many of their shots have been blocked, blocked on their own side, or blocked in the offensive zone.
The ammeter is the first step in the long process of adding a more advanced technology to NHL games, according to NHL Vice President of Hockey Operations and Technical Director Scott Taylor.
Taylor said the goal is to make the game more exciting and competitive.
“We’ve spent a lot of time talking to players about this, talking to coaches about this and trying to figure out a way to measure that,” Taylor said.
“It’s something that’s been really important to us to get this out there.”
In recent years, the league has experimented with more advanced metrics, including player tracking data and goalie tracking data.
However, those new measures can be very subjective and difficult to understand.
The new technology is not new to the NHL.
The NHL has used the ammeter since the 2004-05 season and has been using it for the past two seasons.
The team has not had an ammeters measurement since the 2013-14 season, and Taylor said that has not been an issue for the team.
“The ammeter is not the same thing as tracking,” Taylor told NHL.com.
“The am meter is the technology that measures the amount of shots that are being blocked, that’s the only thing that we’re measuring.”
The NHL has been testing new technology in recent years.
The league experimented with a technology called the “hot seat” during the 2015-16 season and also used it during the 2016 Stanley Cup Playoffs.
The use of the technology was deemed a success, and it allowed teams to keep an eye on their game, while also offering a more detailed look at what the players were doing and how they were doing it.
In the NHL, the use of a “hot spot” has become increasingly popular, especially in the wake of the lockout and the increased scrutiny on goaltending in the postseason.
Taylor was asked about the “hotspot” during a conference call with reporters.
“When we’ve done it, we’ve been very happy with the results,” he said.
The NHL hopes to have the new ammeter installed by the end of the season, with the teams expected to have a more accurate view of the games they play than they do today.
In the meantime, Taylor said, “We’re not going to put the team out there with a bunch of cameras.”