Bolland's comments anger Canucks coach

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Bolland's comments anger Canucks coach

Even when they're not playing, the Blackhawks-Canucks rivalry can get heated. During a broadcast of "Blackhawks Live at Harry Caray's" on WGN-AM 720 on Monday, Dave Bolland made some comments about Daniel and Henrik Sedin that didn't sit well north of the border.

Bolland called the talented twins "sisters," and wouldn't back down from the comment when asked if they'd still be sisters if they ever joined the Blackhawks.

Well, theyll never become Hawks, Bolland said. 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, the younger one got the top.

Canucks coach Alain Vigneault didn't appreciate Bolland's comments and fired back at him Wednesday according to TSN.ca.

When you have comments like Bollands, obviously (its) an individual whos IQ is probably the size of a bird seed and hes got a face that only a mother could look at, Vigneault said.

Fast Break Morning Update: Blackhawks give up season-high seven goals

Fast Break Morning Update: Blackhawks give up season-high seven goals

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Jonathan Marchessault's hat trick leads Panthers rout of Blackhawks

Jonathan Marchessault's hat trick leads Panthers rout of Blackhawks

SUNRISE, Fla. (AP) -- Jonathan Marchessault scored his first career hat trick, James Reimer stopped 25 shots for his first shutout of the season and the Florida Panthers routed the Chicago Blackhawks 7-0 on Saturday night.

Jonathan Huberdeau had a goal and three assists, and Aleksander Barkov added a goal and two assists for Florida. Reilly Smith and Nick Bjugstad also scored to give the Panthers their largest margin of victory since an 8-0 win over Toronto on Feb. 5, 2008.

Marchessault had two goals in a 3-1 win over Arizona on Thursday. He has nine goals over his last nine games and leads the Panthers with 28.

Corey Crawford stopped 21 shots for the Blackhawks before being lifted at 4:59 of the third for Scott Darling, who allowed three goals on six shots.

Already leading 3-0, the Panthers poured in four goals in the third.