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Grizzlies: Trevor Lewis rejoins Kings as NHL lockout ends

Published January 7, 2013 1:22 pm
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Trevor Lewis has left the Utah Grizzlies to rejoin the Los Angeles Kings following Sunday's announcement that the NHL had reached a labor deal with its players' union.

Lewis, a Salt Lake City native and Brighton High School graduate, joined the minor league club last month as the NHL's labor dispute pushed into late December. He left the Grizzlies on Sunday morning, a team official said.

Lewis, who helped the Kings to a Stanley Cup title last season, scored three goals and notched six assists in six games with the Grizzlies.

— Aaron Falk




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