The Utah Grizzlies have agreed to terms with Los Angeles Kings forward Trevor Lewis, a Salt Lake City native.
With National Hockey League players locked out by management in a labor dispute, the 25-year-old Lewis is expected to make his debut with the minor league Grizzlies this weekend, wearing his familiar No. 22. Utah hosts the Ontario Reign on Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m.
Lewis, a Brighton High School product, helped Los Angeles defeat New Jersey 4-2 in the Stanley Cup finals in June, becoming the first Utahn to have his name inscribed on the trophy. A center on the Kings' third line, Lewis scored two goals in Los Angeles' 6-1 victory in the decisive Game 6. He spent Aug. 30 with more than 6,000 fans at Maverik Center, sharing his only day with the trophy with them.