That is correct.... As said, there is not such thing as officially named winter storms; it is just TWC being 'Hollywood for meteorologists'. Names are only officially applied to subtropical and tropcial formed cyclones with adequate strength. Nor'easter origins and strengths don't match this; even the massive Ash Wednesday Storm in 1962 doesn't qualify.
It was a "named" storm? Interesting. Perhaps that may assist with insurance claims.
I read an article that stated that the named storm is not an official name given by NOAA, or the National Weather Service, but something thought up by The Weather Channel to hype up their 24 hour coverage. The NWS is careful not to call it by an un-official name.