November 21, 2010 2:30 pm

Lewis’ steady improvement

Trevor Lewis had, arguably, his strongest game of the season for the Kings last night, and got rewarded for it (on the score sheet) with two assists, his first two points of the season. Lewis made a particularly good move in the first minute of the game. Lewis got the puck in the neutral zone, held it with poise until the proper moment presented itself, then found a streaking Brad Richardson, who skated in and scored the first goal of the game. A frequent healthy scratch early in the season, Lewis, of late, has solidified the fourth-line center role and earned good praise from coach Terry Murray for his play against the Bruins…

MURRAY: “Trevor Lewis had a really good game. He’s a very good skater. He’s got speed. He can keep up with their fast forwards. He’s very good on the penalty kill as a result of that, but overall, I thought his game was very intense and hard. Again, he’s just doing the right stuff, night in and night out.”

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