The Montreal Canadiens continued their disappointing losing streak last night as they dropped another one, this time to the Boston Bruins. 

While it was another loss, the Canadiens at least did look much better than they have over the last two weeks. 

The team had some momentum however it was killed by a bad call on Nick Cousins that seemed to derail the game. 

Head coach Claude Julien wasn't impressed with the refs at all. 

"That penalty behind the net is what changed the outcome of the game, it's unfortunate it's a bad call.

Krug's stick is stuck under his own player and as a referee in a 1-1 hockey game you gotta make sure when you make those calls and I'm pissed off at the way it was handled. The ref's not in a good position to see it and he makes that call and it ends up giving them the go ahead goal and takes away the opportunity for us to win a hockey game. 

For 45 minutes we played solid hockey we needed that win desperately and now we gotta go back home and find a way to win the next one."

What do you think of Julien's comments?