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 was fairly blunt with his response.
"Well, they'll never become 'Hawks," he 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."
Bolland then ripped the city of Vancouver, saying, "There's a lot of weirdos there. You don't want to be out there too long."
The Blackhawks and Vancouver Canucks have met in the playoffs in each of the last three years. Last season, the Canucks won a seven-game series in the Western Conference quarterfinals before skating on to the Stanley Cup Finals.
This season, Bolland and the Blackhawks will pay a visit to Vancouver on Jan. 31.