Being biased is one thing. I am looking at the rule book and at previous examples, and saying that I think the call is sh!t. Where is the distinct kick on this play? I see a skate turn, a player falling backwards, and the puck going into the net. The NHL's explanation was that the puck was "propelled into the net off the skate". That's all they said. I agree with them. Too bad the rule also says that it has to be a distinct kicking motion, which it clearly wasn't. I would like to see the NHL's explanation for how they determined it was. Instead of just playing the "Wow everyone's so biased and I'm not, lololol" card, why not actually consider the play and the rules at hand? Clarke MacArthur kicked just as hard as Parise did. He turned the skate, but also moved it forward, propelling the puck at the net. Watch the clip. It's clearly not "stationary", like you said.
I liked seeing your explanation as one of the top comments on NHL.com. Good stuff