It seems the Montreal Canadiens are facing a bad losing streak right now, and it's left some of their supporters with some rude things to say about the team in general.\nFind out what some unhappy Habs fans are saying about the team's many consecutive losses below.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nThe Montreal Canadiens are not seeming like a very good hockey team right now. After the team's first 8-game losing streak in 79-years, some disappointed Habs fans are writing off the season and are looking for someone to blame. Some critics are pointing to star goalie Carey Price, while others are quick to blame general manager Marc Bergevin's inability to attract a star player to Montreal.\nOver 8 games, the Habs have been outscored 38-20. While a lot of this falls on Carey Price, the team surrounding him is far from innocent. While its often the coach who falls on his sword after a long losing streak, Claude Julien can only do so much with the tools he has at his disposal.\nThe Canadiens' most potent weapons have lost their edge and morale is at an all-time low. The blame, therefore, for a lot of Habs fans and media, falls squarely on GM Marc Bergevin's shoulders.\nTwo years ago, Bergevin said that his responsibility as a general manager is to make the team better for the present and the long term, a responsibility that hasn't been fulfilled, according to The Atheltic's Marc Antoine Godin.\nIf the Habs don't make the playoffs this season, it'll be the fourth time in five years - which for some Montreal Canadiens fans is totally unacceptable.\nGlobal's Brian Wilde writes that these dire situations often lead to a firing. And frankly, the departure of Marc Bergevin is something Habs fans have desired for a long time.\nThis #Habs team is broken.— Stu Cowan (@StuCowan1) December 2, 2019\nWith all eyes on Bergevin, fans hope that he'll make a trade or do something to stop the bleeding. Instead, he placed the team's backup goalie on waivers because it's obviously the backup goalie who's the problem.\n@GMolsonCHC I’m ashamed to be a Montreal Canadiens fan right now #firebergevin— Sal (@HabsBillsfan1) December 2, 2019\nToronto loses 6 straight - fires coach - 4 wins 1 loss so farMontreal loses 8 straight - puts Kincaid on waivers lolwhat a joke of an organization— Enzo Mendicino (@EnzoMendicino1) December 2, 2019\nDespite making some key trades and seemingly improving the team, Bergevin still hasn't helped the team's defence and the Habs are still lacking a high-impact player.\nBergevin’s “plan” after 8 years - No #1 center- No 1st-line winger- No D to play with Weber- No backup goalie - No stable line combos- No depth- No playoffs- No ambition- Mediocre defense- Mediocre goaltending- Mediocre Special teams- Mediocre coaching#FireBergevin— Mer (@lmVerySmart) December 2, 2019\nWith a series of tough games ahead, the Habs need to figure it out (somehow) and make it through this season. Putting a backup goalie on waivers isn't a solution.\nREAD ALSO: Montreal Is Going To Be Colder Than Moscow This Week With 3 Straight Days Of Snow\nThough the sky is falling in Habsland, fans must be careful to channel their fury and blame the right people. Running Carey Price out of town is not wise even though it's easy to scapegoat the team's $10.5-million investment.\nCarey Price has allowed 18 goals in his last 4 games and is struggling badly. He has a $10.5M cap hit until 2026.It appears, the majority of the Montreal Canadiens fan base has turned on him and that is unfortunate because he is one of the more likeable people in the NHL.— Sergei (@berezin_goal) November 27, 2019\nFacing a spate of injuries, low morale, a lack of scoring, a sieve of a defence, and questionable goaltending, nothing looks good for the Habs right now. Whether it requires a trade or a personnel change, the Habs are at a crucial point where they'll need to figure it out before its too late.\nme watching the montréal canadiens not being able to win a single hockey game in over two weeks pic.twitter.com/UivewmoZW4— maha (@mahaaaay) December 1, 2019\nIs it time to #FireBergevin or is this just another classic case of Habsland overreaction?\nWhatever the case may be, I think we can all agree that something needs to happen.\n"You don’t get results from trying hard. We're kind of sick and tired of taking moral victories."#GoHabsGo pic.twitter.com/GJKNyXWTJb— Canadiens Montréal (@CanadiensMTL) December 2, 2019\nThe Habs are hosting the New York Islanders and the Colorado Avalanche this week. Let's hope they can string some wins together.