Lightning center Cedric Paquette was suspended one game Thursday for boarding Bruins defenseman Torey Krug.With Paquette out for Saturday's game against the Sharks at Amalie Arena, the Lightning could decide to call up a forward from AHL Syracuse (such as Cory Conacher) or go 11 forwards and seven defensemen.The play occurred in the second period of Tampa Bay's 3-2 loss Wednesday. Paquette got called for boarding when he hit Krug from behind at the boards by the Bruins' net. The NHL's Department of Player Safety ruled that Paquette had enough time on his forecheck to avoid or minimize the force of the hit on Krug's shoulder, as opposed to driving Krug's head into the boards.This is Paquette's first discipline of any kind in 191 career games.Milestones for Sedins: The Canucks' Daniel Sedin hit 1,000 career points with a goal in the second period against the host Predators, making him and brother-teammate Henrik the only brothers in league history to each have 1,000 career points. The Sedins are the second-highest-scoring pair of brothers in NHL history, behind Wayne Gretzky (894-1,963—2,857) and Brent Gretzky (1-3—4).GAme highlights: Jonny Brodzinski and Jussi Jokinen scored in nine seconds, Jonathan Quick made 27 saves and the Kings beat the host Capitals 5-2 for their third consecutive victory. Evgeny Kuznetsov scored twice for the Capitals, who had their win streak end at three. … Brendan Gallagher had two goals and an assist, Carey Price made 28 saves and the Canadiens beat the host Red Wings 6-3. Price improved to 4-0 since returning from a 10-game injury absence. Detroit lost its sixth straight.Around the league: The Devils acquired defenseman Sami Vatanen from the Ducks in exchange for center Adam Henrique and forward Joseph Blandisi. New Jersey gets a conditional 2019 or 2020 third-round pick along with Vatanen. The Devils also sent a 2018 third-round pick to Anaheim. … The Rangers said center Mika Zibanejad is out with a concussion and they acquired depth center Peter Holland from the Canadiens for forward Adam Cracknell. Information from Times wires was used in this report.