A quick graph via a request from the comments section in this post, and compared to the total chances created in 2011-12 to further illustrate Liverpool's progress in attack.
Premier League only, as that's all I can find stats for. All totals via Who Scored.
A few notes:
• Liverpool created 66 more chances this season, and that's after having to replace the players who created the third-, fourth-, and fifth-, and seventh-most chances last season.
• Four teams created more chances than Liverpool in 2011-12: City, Tottenham, United, and Arsenal. No team created more than Liverpool this season; Tottenham was second with 510.
• Chances created per goal in 2011-12: 10.26. Chances created per goal in 2012-13: 7.72.
• Six of Liverpool's top-seven chances creators this season were English.
• Gerrard created 64 more chances this season than last season, the same amount Suarez created through all of last season. Suarez created 26 more, Johnson created 25 more, Downing created 10 more. Enrique created 10 fewer.
• Henderson created one more chance this season compared to last, despite vastly fewer minutes. He started 31 matches in 2011-12 and appeared in six as a substitute. He started 16 this season, and came on as a sub in 14.