The Montreal Canadiens blew a very important game on Thursday night and it's now three losses in their last four games for the Habs'. 

It's disastrous timing with the Canadiens now on the outside looking in when it comes to the playoff picture. 

Forward Andrew Shaw is one of the of the few Habs' players with lots of Stanley Cup playoff experience and two Stanley Cup rings to show off and he's not happy with how the Canadiens' are falling short. 

"We need to be a team playing hard. Everyone. All lines, all D, goalie; everyone has to be playing their best every night. Lines are taking nights off, players are taking nights off. They don't have that fight," Shaw said.

Shaw has three points in his last five games and has put together quite a season with 36 points in 52 games which includes 17 goals. 

The Canadiens are currently tied with the Columbus Blue Jackets at 81 points however Columbus has one game in hand. 

Source: Sportsnet