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Evening reading

Following the theme of the week, my LAKings.com feature examines the increased role and opportunities for two players in particular -- Michal Handzus and Trevor Lewis -- on the heels of Anze Kopitar's season-ending injury. Thanks for reading… Injuries create opportunities for Kings centers Als... Read More
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So far, so good for Lewis

One game does not make a career, or a season, of course, but it's fair to say that Trevor Lewis did quite well for himself last night in his debut as the Kings' second-line center. Playing between Ryan Smyth and Dustin Brown, Lewis assisted on both of Brown's goals and had 17 minutes, 7 seconds, of ... Read More
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Lewis postgame quotes

Trevor Lewis' postgame thoughts… (on his expectations for himself, and the results tonight…) LEWIS: ``I have pretty high expectations for myself. I just kind of wanted to play my game, and I knew my minutes would probably be up a little bit, so just chip in a couple more. Brownie got open a few ... Read More
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Bigger role ahead for Lewis

In the absence of Anze Kopitar, it's no stretch to say that the most dramatic move will be made by Trevor Lewis, who moves from the fourth-line center spot to the second line, between Ryan Smyth and Dustin Brown. Lewis had a four-game stint in December as the Kings' second-line right winger, but thi... Read More
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Is Lewis `most improved’?

We've reached the point in the season at which those of us in the media/broadcast camp start to toss around ideas for the Kings' unofficial ``awards,'' among them being most-improved player. A number of names have been debated -- Jonathan Bernier, Kyle Clifford, Alec Martinez among them -- but one t... Read More
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Lewis line seems on right track

As noted earlier, the Kings stayed with the same lines in practice this morning that they used in last night's game, meaning that the new-look line of center Trevor Lewis with wingers Kyle Clifford and Wayne Simmonds will get a second game together. That line didn't generate much offense -- it combi... Read More
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Lewis becoming lineup regular?

Somewhat quietly, Trevor Lewis has become a lineup regular for the Kings. Lewis was a healthy scratch in 10 of the Kings' first 13 games, but has since played in 27 consecutive games, mostly as the fourth-line center, and for the season Lewis has two goals and three assists in 30 games. Moreover, th... Read More
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Kings not afraid to let it roll

The Kings played back-to-back games, Sunday at home against Anaheim and Monday at San Jose. That's worth noting because, for the most part, it didn't show on the ice. On Monday, having played less than 24 hours earlier, and facing a San Jose team with three days of rest under its belt, the Kings cam... Read More