Rob Carroll has gone through (not all on his own I hope) over 3,000 shots in hurling to produce a heat map of the where successful scores come from.
Unsurprisingly, shots from around the edge of the D are most often fruitful but it's interesting how low the stats are for around the edge of the large parallelogram. This is down to there being a higher percentage of shots at goal here I presume but even then, a success rate of just over 50% indicates how tough it actually is to score a goal in hurling.
Rob also has a heat map for scores in football, after analysing over 9,000 shots.
hat-tip: Andy McGeady