LA Kings Forward Trevor Lewis Is Making The Most Of His Opportunities

LA Kings forward Trevor Lewis, shown here during a recent practice.
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EL SEGUNDO, CA — To say that versatile Los Angeles Kings forward Trevor Lewis is making the most of his opportunities lately might be the understatement of the season for the Kings.

Lewis is known for his prowess on defense, killing penalties, and in play along the boards. But even though he’s not exactly lighting up the National Hockey League, scoring goals in bunches, he has set career highs in goals and points with nine goals and ten assists for 19 points.

Lewis’ ten assists matches a career high.

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Who Would Be The LA Kings’ Emergency Backup Goaltender?

LA Kings goaltending coach Bill Ranford
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EL SEGUNDO, CA — Back in the 2006-07 season, the Los Angeles Kings lost goalies Stephane Fiset and Jamie Storr to injury for an extended period, forcing the team to recall Barry Brust and Yutaka Fukufuji from the minors.

Neither goalie was anywhere close to being ready to face National Hockey League-caliber shooters, and, as you might expect, they got lit up.

Fiset and Storr did not suffer their injuries in the same game. In both instances, the Kings had a backup goaltender on the bench who was able to finish the game when they suffered their injuries.

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Frozen Royalty Video: Interviews With Lewis, Williams and Ranford, March 4, 2015

LA Kings right wing Justin Williams, shown here during a recent practice.
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EL SEGUNDO, CA — The Los Angeles Kings did not practice on March 4, after arriving at Los Angeles International Airport at 1:46 that morning following their 5-2 victory over the Edmonton Oilers at Rexall Place in Edmonton on March 3.

Forwards Trevor Lewis and Justin Williams, along with goaltender coach Bill Ranford, spoke to the media, and you can watch video of those interviews below.

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Sutter Issues Challenge To LA Kings Center Prospect Nick Shore

AUDIO: Includes an interview with Los Angeles Kings center prospect Nick Shore.


LA Kings center prospect Nick Shore, shown here at a recent practice.
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EL SEGUNDO, CA — On March 2, 2015, a day when 24 trades involving 43 players were made in the National Hockey League, the Los Angeles Kings decided to stand pat, having already acquired veteran defenseman Andrej Sekera on February 25, in exchange for a conditional first round draft pick and defenseman prospect Roland McKeown.

With no trade deadline deals to analyze, let’s take a look at center Nick Shore, who is working to lock down a permanent roster spot with the Kings during what has become a huge struggle to make the playoffs.

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Frozen Royalty Video: Greene, Brown, Carter and Sutter After LA Kings Drop 4-2 Decision at Anaheim

ANAHEIM, CA — For the second consecutive game, the Los Angeles Kings were sloppy with the puck, and ended up spending a lot of time in their own zone. The result: a come-from-ahead 4-2 loss to the Anaheim Ducks at Honda Center in Anaheim on February 27.

The Kings took a 2-0 lead into the third period, but that lead was deceiving, as it was the Ducks who were in control, with the exception of the final ten minutes of the first period.

In the third, the Ducks capitalized on turnovers and sloppy play by the Kings to score four unanswered goals (the fourth goal was an empty-net goal) to secure the win.

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