Just as the Bruins are getting players like Adam McQuaid and Daniel Paille back to full health, they watched another one go down in the third period on Friday night.

Dennis Seidenberg got tangled up with Ottawa Senators forward Corey Conacher, and then immediately limped off to the Bruins dressing room after his leg appeared to bend awkwardly in the collision.

Bruins coach Claude Julien confirmed following Boston’s 5-0 win over the Ottawa Senators at TD Garden that Seidenberg wouldn’t be making the trip to Ottawa for Saturday night’s second half of the home-and-home series with the Sens.

“He’s not going to make the trip,” said Julien, when asked about Seidenberg following the game. “He’s being evaluated right now and so I know one thing; “I was told he’s not coming on the trip with us.”

Seidenberg clocked 18:45 of ice time in the win before leaving with the lower body injury, and threw out four hits while blocking two shots in another typical blue collar effort from the solid defenseman.