Flyers captain Claude Giroux talked about a lack of competitiveness. Not showing up.

Kimmo Timonen talked about a much-needed attitude change. How teams no longer fear the Flyers.

Another lost weekend went into the books Saturday at Bell Centre as coach Peter Laviolette’s Flyers got thumped, 4-1 to Les Canadiens, completing back-to-back road losses.

“We gotta play 60 minutes and compete,” Giroux said. “We've got guys in there that care. It's unacceptable the way we played tonight. It's not just one or two or three guys. It's the whole team. ... We've gotta be ready for those games.

“Just no compete. We're not competing. We're not winning battles. We're just going through the motions.”

As bad as Friday’s come-from-ahead 5-3 loss to the Devils was, this was far worse. The Flyers lacked for shots, scoring chances, energy and competitiveness.

They have now played five pairs of back-to-backs and are a horrid 3-7 in those 10 games. This was the second time they went 0-2 in consecutive games.