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This is known as hybrid icing. One piece of hockey trivia related to icing hockey is that the WHA (big league from the seventies) never adopted the rule of allowing opposing team to ice the puck ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Icing_(ice_hockey)

The rule was later amended by the NHL to nullify icing if the goaltender moved towards the puck as it approached the goal line. The 1970s-era World Hockey Association never adopted the NHL rule of allowing shorthanded teams to ice the puck.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Hockey_League_rules

The National Hockey League rules are the rules governing the play of the National Hockey League (NHL), a professional ice hockey organization. Infractions of the rules, such as offside and icing, lead to a stoppage of play and subsequent to the offending teams. The league also determines the specifications for playing equipment used in its games.

www.nhl.com/news/hybrid-icing-tops-list-of-rule-changes...

The National Hockey League announced Monday that it will use hybrid-icing rules during the 2013-14 season after the NHL Players' Association announced its membership voted in favor of the rule change.

www.hockeymonkey.com/article-icing-rule-explained.html

The icing rule was introduced by the NHL to prevent teams from wasting time when they were ahead late in the game, especially if the score was still close. The rule was designed to prevent a team from "dumping" the puck into their opponent's zone in order to use up the clock or to avoid playing defense.

www.startplayinghockey.com/icing-hockey

NHL Icing Rule Change In 2017. Icing in hockey, specifically the NHL has changed recently. In 2017 the National Hockey League (“NHL”) changed their rules on negating an icing to the rules described above. Prior to that, in order for an icing to be called, the team that did not ice the puck had to touch it before the team that iced the puck.

www.usahockeyrulebook.com/page/show/1084675-rule-624-icing...

Rule 624 | Icing the Puck (Note) For the purpose of this rule, the center line shall divide the rink in half and the point of last contact with the puck shall be used to determine whether a potential icing exists. “Icing the puck shall have been completed the instant the puck has completely crossed the goal line. ... National Hockey League ...

lasvegassun.com/news/2017/may/24/an-all-important-primer...

So in 1937 the NHL implemented the icing rule. According to the NHL rulebook, a player is not allowed to, “shoot, bat or deflect the puck from his own half of the ice beyond the goal line of the ...

www.thoughtco.com/ice-hockey-rules-at-a-glance-2778911

Ice hockey, one of the world's greatest and most exciting games, is easy to follow once you know a few basic rules, terms, equipment, and practices. Here is a brief guide to the essential elements of ice hockey.