Trevor Lewis (RW)
||Salt Lake City, UT
2008-09 Season: Made his NHL debut with the Kings against Detroit on December 20, 2008â€¦Scored his first NHL goal in his debutâ€¦Had three points (1-2=3) and zero penalty minutes in six games with the Kingsâ€¦Recorded 51 points (20-31=51) and 30 penalty minutes in 75 games with Manchester...Ranked second on Manchester with 20 goals, 31 assists, 51 points and seven power-play goals...Led Manchester with four short-handed goals (which was tied for second in the AHL).
Career Highlights: Tallied his first professional hat trick, all three were power play goals, with the Monarchs against the Chicago Wolves on December 8, 2007â€¦Finished the season with 12 goals and 16 assists for 28 points and 43 penalty minutes in 76 games with the Monarchsâ€¦Appeared in four playoff games with Manchesterâ€¦Made his professional debut with the Monarchs on April 4, 2007â€¦Scored his first professional point, a goal, against the Lowell Devils on April 6, 2007â€¦Collected six points (4-2=6) and two penalty minutes in 8 games with the Monarchsâ€¦Appeared in two playoff gamesâ€¦Finished fifth in the Ontario Hockey League amongst rookie scorers with 73 points (29-44=73) in 62 games with the Owen Sound Attackâ€¦Recorded two assists in the OHL All-Star Classicâ€¦Led the Des Moines Buccaneers in goals (35), assists (40) and points (75) in 56 games during the 2005-06 seasonâ€¦Finished second in scoring in the United States Hockey Leagueâ€¦Led the USHL in shots 236â€¦Ranked second in power play goals (13), shorthanded goals (6) and game-winning goals (7)â€¦Fourth in the USHL in plus/minus with a plus-25 ratingâ€¦Named USHL Player of the Year, the USHL Forward of the Year and member of the All-USHL First Team during the 2005-06 seasonâ€¦Honored with the Curt Hammer Award for being the USHL player who best combined character on and off the ice as well as skillâ€¦Played for Team East at the USHL Prospects/All-Star Game on February 8, 2006â€¦Finished the USHL Skills Competition as the second Fastest Skater with a lap time of 14.84 secondsâ€¦Named USHL Offensive Player of the Week in February by scoring two goals and four assists in three gamesâ€¦.Recorded 16 points (3-13=16), 16 penalty minutes, two power play goals, one game-winning goal and a plus-nine rating in 11 playoff gamesâ€¦Played in 52 games with the Buccaneers during the 2004-05 seasonâ€¦Collected 22 points (10-12=22) and 70 penalty minutes with Des Moines.
International: Played and earned a bronze medal with Team USA at the 2007 World Junior Championships (7 GP, 1-1=2)â€¦Was also one of three Kings prospects at the tournament â€“ joining Jack Johnson (defenseman) and Jeff Zatkoff (goaltender)â€¦The Kings had more players on Team USAâ€™s roster than any other NHL teamâ€¦Earned a bronze medal for Team USA at the 2006 Viking Cup (6 GP, 3-5=8).
Transactions: Selected by the Los Angeles Kings in the first-round (17th overall) in the 2006 NHL Entry Draftâ€¦Signed a multi-year entry level contract with the Kings on July 14, 2006.