Shooting the puck (ball) into the opposing zone before the center ice (court) line, without that same shooting teams ability to retrieve it first, results in an icing call being made.
However, during a penalty kill, icing is negated allowing the disadvantaged team to clear the puck (ball) all the way down the ice (floor) from any area.
When a Team X shoots or passes the puck from their side of the red line (at center ice) and it crosses Team Y's goal line (about 10 ft from the boards) and then a player from Team Y must touch the puck first. If a player from Team X touches the puck first, it nullifies the icing.
I have played hockey since i was like 3. "Icing" is when you shoot the puck all the way down the ice without it being on net, hitting another player, or hitting the boards before it hits the goalline. If you shoot the puck into the zone when your on the other teams side of the Red Line then its OK. You can also ice it when your on penalty kill, (when your team has a penalty) If an icing is about to be called, the ref will put his hand and arm straight up into the air. The following faceoff will be in the team that iced it's zone, on the faceoff dot
A puck shot from your side of the centre ice line which crosses the end line (horizontal extension of the goal line) without touching a player or his stick. Note, icing can be waved off if the puck is touched first by a players from the team which shot the puck in.
when you are at full strength and you are in your zone behind the red line and you shoot the puck all the way to the other side....thats icing and then the faceoff goes down to your end!!!
If a team not killing a penalty shoots the puck down the ice from beyond the redline and it does not pass through the goal crease it is considered icing.
Icing is when the puck crosses over both the center red line and the goal line (and does not enter the goal).
Dumbing the puck above the goal line
Icing in ice hockey occurs when a player shoots the puck across at least two red linces, the opposing team's goal line being the last, and the puck remains untouched. When icing occurs, the players stops playing. Play is resumed with a faceoff in the defending zone of the team that committed the icing.
Icing the Puck!
Icing is when a team shoots the puck from it's defensive zone to behind the goal line in the other team's defensive zone and one of the other team's skater's touches the puck before one of the team that shot the puck's does. Therefore, an icing warning is when the puck goes beyond the goal line but an opposing player has not yet touched the puck. Sources- I play hockey! :)
When the puck is fired the length of the ice, or is "dumped" into the opponents zone, the referee must call icing if the puck has passed two red lines and goes untouched.
To let their defenseman (or whoever is icing the puck) know that the icing call hasn't been waved off by the referee.
In hockey, icing is when a player shoots the puck from behind the center line all the way to the goal line on the opposite end and no one touches it. But, when the goalie touches the puck it doesn't count. However, during a penalty kill, icing is negated allowing the disadvantaged team to clear the puck (ball) all the way down the ice (floor) from any area. @joinanswers ##icing ##hockey ##hockeyloverz ##hockeyguys ♬ original sound - Answers.com
its called icing and the penalty is that the puck goes back to the other end and there is a face off
Clearing is when defensemen shoot the puck to the other end of the ice in an effort to relieve play at their end of the ice. However, this may lead to the icing of the puck.
In ice hockey, icing is called when the puck is shot into the team's offensive zone and crosses both the center line and goal line (but the puck does not enter the net) without toughing a player or their stick. This results in a face-off in the team's defensive zone.
Depending on the icing rules, icing is when the opposing team fires the puck from their side of the red line all the way down to past the other team's goalline and one: is touched by the non-offending team or two: is automatically blown dead as in most low level hockey. Note: college and other minor league levels are developing semi automatic icing.
There isn't really, to my knowledge, a different usage of the word 'icing' by Australians. I even asked my friend, who is Australian. Anyway, here's some other usages of the word. In hockey it is when a player shoots the puck across the center red line and past the opposing team's red goal line. Icing will not be called if the player's team is on a penalty kill or if an attacking or defending goaltender touches the puck first. In Punjabi language, it means to throw up. ----Shawn