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Even though next season will see the Chicago Blackhawks and Vancouver Canucks only play each other twice, their rivalry still continues to burn hot. Their next tilt will not take place until January 31st, but that did not stop center Dave Bolland from throwing a couple of jabs at the Canucks’ Swedish tandem of Daniel and Henrik Sedin.
In an interview with David Kaplan of WGN Radio in Chicago, Bolland referred to the twins as the “Sedin sisters”, and had some strong words on whether he would want them on the Hawks:
“Well, they’ll never become Hawks. I don’t think we’d let them on our team. We’d be sure not to let them on our team. And yeah, they probably still would be sisters. I think they might sleep in bunk beds. The older one has the bottom one, and the younger one is on top.”
Bolland also went on to say that he hates everyone on the Canucks, and he talked about his desire to stay close to his hotel room when the team travels to Vancouver, not to avoid having shirtless pictures...
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On the very day that 24/7 Flyers Rangers is set to debut, it's been the feud between the Vancouver Canucks and Chicago Blackhawks that has dominated the news cycle (much to the dismay of HBO, one assumes). One night after a radio interview surfaced in which Dave Bolland called the Sedins' "Sisters", seemingly everyone has chimed in, and I'm just talking about...
Chicago Blackhawks center Dave Bolland didn't have too many complimentary things to say about Henrik and Daniel Sedin - or the city of Vancouver, for that matter.
In fact, he referred to the Sedin Twins as "sisters" on two occasions on a recent appearance on Chicago-based WGN Radio.
When asked if he'd welcome them on the Blackhawks - should a deal arise - Bolland...
Canucks coach basically calls Hawks center pea-brain for 'sisters' commentST. PAUL, Minn. — Even from a distance, Dave Bolland has managed to add fuel to the heated rivalry between the Blackhawks and Canucks.
from Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune, After creating a bit of a firestorm when comments the Blackhawks center made about the Canucks’ Sedin brothers during a radio broadcast in Chicago on Monday night turned viral and drew a reaction from Vancouver, Bolland backtracked following the Hawks’ 4-3 shootout victory in St. Paul, Minn.
Bolland drew the ire of Vancouver coach Alain...
ST. PAUL, Minn.—Even from a distance, Dave Bolland has managed to irritate the Canucks.
Chicago's BlackhawksDave Bolland rips into the Sedin twins during a radio show and really has nothing nice to say about the Vancouver Canucks, no offense but I can't stand the Canucks either and I have said in the past, "that the Vancouver Canucks are one of the most unlikable teams in the NHL next to the Montreal Canadians."
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I'm a white male from suburban New Jersey who has no internal filter for language or couth; the majority of smacktalk involving gender or race probably isn't going to offend me, but that doesn't mean it isn't going to offend somebody. Alix Wright, a terrific Canucks blogger, has made...
It's a Wednesday edition of Marek vs. Wyshynski beginning at 2 p.m. ET/11 a.m. PT, and we're talking about the following and more:
Special Guest Star: Sam Fels of The Committed Indian and Second City Hockey, talking Patrick Kane Reality Star, Dave Bolland and the Hawks' goaltending. (And we might have a special guest today, too.)
• In which Marek and Wysh discuss...
Our man Kevin V. is back with another edition of the Vancouver Canucks Notebook. Wednesday Head Coach Alain Vigneault and big talker Kevin Bieksa shot back at Dave Bolland, backing up Henrik Sedin and Daniel Sedin and their supreme talent. Cody Hodgson was hit hard by Nick Foligno in Saturday’s game against the Senators.