Dec 27, 2012, 4:28 PM EDT
Stanley Cup champion Trevor Lewis has a new place to play thanks to the lockout.
Lewis is a Salt Lake City native, so joining up with the local squad makes plenty of sense to get some games in. He’s not the only Kings player in the ECHL right now as Kyle Clifford is with the Ontario Reign in Southern California.
Last season with the Kings, Lewis had three goals and four assists during the regular season but became a playoff hero of sorts adding another three goals and six assists on L.A.’s march to the title.
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