The Montreal Canadiens aren’t used to being dominated at TD Garden, but that’s exactly what happened Wednesday night, as the Boston Bruins scored four unanswered goals in a 4-1 win. Canadiens captain Max Pacioretty, who provided a screen on Montreal’s only goal of the night, was critical of his team following the loss. “It was a bad game,” Pacioretty admitted. “We’re not happy about it. It seemed like nobody really wanted the puck, and obviously, you know, (when you) play against a team like that offensive line, probably one of the best in the league, and (give) them opportunities to feel good about their game — they made us pay.” The result is even more disappointing for the Habs when you consider they scored first — just 31 seconds into the game — and seemed to be carrying over the momentum from previous quality performances. “We didn’t come out flat,” Pacioretty said. “We were up 1-0 and had a good first couple shifts, and then like I said, it just seemed like people were panicking with the puck and didn’t seem to want it.” “And that’s the difference between good teams and not is, you know, when everyone wants the puck and everyone wants to make a difference, and we definitely didn’t play like that (Wednesday night). We’ve had a lot of talk about the fact that we’ve been playing pretty well as of lately, and I think in my mind that’s the difference.”