One interesting thing you can observe is the effectiveness and discipline of the Kulemin-Grabbo-MacCarthur line. They never shoot from bad angles and rarely at any significant distance. Kulemin's shots form the most dramatic picture. You can take a ruler and measure the maximum angle at which he will take a shot completely cleanly.
I also found Bozak's shot distribution interesting. He got quite a lot of shots from the good areas right in front of the net. Maybe he was a little unlucky not to have scored more last year.
Kessel on the other hand, just blankets the O-Zone with his shooting. I think when he goes on those long droughts it's because he's not getting his shots from in close.
Here's the overall team shot chart -- not as interesting as the individual break downs.