Since you did not correct my statement of the events or I am wrong about the rules, can you please pass on to me your superior knowledge of the rules of hockey or where I got it wrong in my explanation of what happened.
If it was not icing then please produce the evidence and I will shut up! But if you cant then you should.............
Types of Icing Penalties
Apart from the standard icing rule, players also have to be aware of three variations of icing in hockey.
Players from the opposing team (excluding goaltender) must touch the puck in order for the referee to stop the play. If a player from the team that iced the puck touches the puck first, play continues.
This rule leads to fast-paced races for the puck!
No-touch icing is simple. Play is automatically stopped when a player shoots the puck from behind the center red line and goes past the opposing team's goal line.
Hybrid icing in hockey is when the puck is shot from behind the center red line and two players race down the ice, with the two farthest faceoff dots (opposing team that iced the puck) being the “finish line”, instead of the goal line. If a player of the team that iced the puck touches it first, the play continues. If the opposing team touches the puck first, play is stopped.
When Are You Allowed to Ice the Puck?
There are certain situations in ice hockey where icing in hockey is not called, however. They are:
When a team is on the penalty kill
When the referee determines that a player from the opposing team could have touched the puck before it crossed the goal line. Or if the referee determines that the action was an attempted pass
When the puck is iced immediately by a player participating in a face-off
If the goaltender leaves his goal crease and moves in the direction of the oncoming puck
If the goaltender touches the puck
If conditions for touch icing or hybrid icing are met