And if you can get an update on the official NHL policy it might have more universal appeal:
Net Cams – NHL Photography Policies Manual 2002-03
An in-net camera “Net Cam” is being installed in a League-regulated location, thus only the League’s Hockey Operations Department and NHLI have the authority to approve the placement of the Net Cam.
Net Cams may not exceed 8 1/2” wide by 6 3/4” deep and 6 3/4” in vertical length. All box corners must be rounded, beveled and padded. The entire box, with the exception of the front, must be white. The front of the Net Cam must be made of Lexan (glass). The remainder of the box must be constructed of shatter proof material as well. Wood or metal is prohibited in the construction of the box.
The Net Cam must be placed a minimum of 6” above the ice surface and to the left or right of the center bar. The clamp used for installation must also be padded and may not present any safety concerns, as determined in the sole judgment of the League’s Hockey Operations Department, NHLI or the Supervisor of Officials. Each photographer is required to meet with the goal judge in the end where the Net Cam is to be installed prior to the game to verify that the Net Cam, when positioned in the net, in no way impedes the goal judge’s ability to see the entire goal line.
When a still Net Cam and a low-positioned television Net Cam are being installed in the same net, the following applies:
A. The bottom of the television camera shall be 16” above the ice surface
B. The television camera shall be 7” to the right of the center of the back post.
C. The still camera box shall be 8” above the ice surface.
D. The still camera box shall be to the left of the center bar.
E. White padding shall cover al clamps and exposed areas of the camera box.
F. The post shall remain padded and white above, between and below all clamps for net cams.