Kings sign Trevor Lewis to 2-year contract extension

Forward Trevor Lewis has agreed to a two-year, $3.05 million US contract extension with the Los Angeles Kings. The Kings announced the deal Tuesday.

Los Angeles forward has 11 points in 70 games this season

Depth forward Dwight King and the Los Angeles Kings have agreed on a new two-year deal. ( Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)

Forward Trevor Lewis has agreed to a two-year, $3.05 million US contract extension with the LosAngeles Kings.

The Kings announced the deal Tuesday.

The 27-year-old Lewis has been a valuable depth forward for the Kings for the past four seasons. He won a Stanley Cup title with Los Angeles in 2012, scoring nine points in 20 games during the Kings' post-season run.

The former first-round pick from Salt Lake City has a career-best six goals and five assists in 70 games for the Kings this season.

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