I do Pointstreak here in Guelph, I typically start the game on a 5 minute delay because I also do music ect, and its not the easiest thing too do in an arena that is not internet friendly. For one person too follow all the stats and enter them in as they come, is impossible.
Pointstreak offers categories for Shots on goal, Individual Shots on goal, Looseballs, Faceoffs, and obviously Goals, Assists ect. The system itself is easy too use and very user friendly. Its trying too keep track of everything at once. Pointstreak operators would need another set of eyes or two too follow the above mentioned.
If Poinstreak operators had a volunteer too keep track of Individual shots on goal per team player, then the team S.O.G. is nothing more then tallying those shots at the end of periods and the goaltending stats would then reflect the data entered providing proper goaltending changes(If you see the pointstreak game data from last nights Guelph/Welland game, for some reason I couldn't switch two goaltenders and now the goaltending stats are inaccurate for Guelph).
Some may say why don't you make a sheet and the person can keep track of it all(looseys, Shots, and Face offs) well now we run into the problem of accuracy again. Like stated earlier in the thread, these people are volunteers, most of which are parents who lets be honest would like too watch most of the game without having there head buried in a piece of paper.
That being said, IF every team had a person who did Individual shots/Team S.O.G. and another person too do Faceoffs wins/losses and Looseys then Pointstreak would be up to date and much more accurate.
Common denominator in most teams problems is Man Power.