The L.A. Kings have resigned forward Trevor Lewis to a two-year contract extension, the club announced on Tuesday.
Lewis, 27, has appeared in 70 games for L.A. this season, scoring a career-high six goals. He was the Kings’ first-round pick at the 2006 NHL Entry Draft and, this past summer, was selected to participated at USA Hockey’s Olympic orientation camp, one of just 24 forwards invited.
Lewis also helped the Kings capture the Stanley Cup in 2012, scoring nine points in 20 games while averaging nearly 16 minutes a night.
No word yet on the financials for Lewis, a pending UFA that played this season on a one-year, $1.325 million deal.
Update: Two years, $3.05 million for Lewis, per LA Kings Insider — a $1.525 million annual cap hit.