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The LA Kings have signed forward Trevor Lewis to a one-year contract worth an average annual value (AAV) of $775,000.

Lewis, a two-time Stanley Cup champion with the Kings (2012, 2014), returns to the organization where he spent the first 12 seasons of his NHL career. The 6-1, 201-pound forward spent last season with the Calgary Flames, registering 20 points (9-11=20) in 82 games.

Originally selected by the Kings 17th overall in the 2006 NHL Draft, Lewis is a veteran of 892 NHL games, earning 209 points (90-119=209) and adding 28 points (13-15=28) in 99 career Stanley Cup Playoff games with the Kings (2008-20), Flames (2021-23) and Winnipeg Jets (2020-21). During the club's first championship in 2012, Lewis appeared in all 20 postseason games and registered nine points (3-6=9), including a two-goal performance (2-0=2) in the Kings 6-1 Stanley Cup-clinching Game Six on home ice. Two years later in 2014, he added five points (4-1=5) in 26 playoff games to help secure the Kings second Stanley Cup championship.

The 36-year-old began his professional hockey career in 2006-07 with the Manchester Monarchs of the American Hockey League (AHL), accumulating 92 points (41-51=92) in 182 career AHL games. Prior to turning pro, he spent one season with the Owen Sound Attack of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) where he notched 73 points (29-44=73) in 62 games and played two seasons with the Des Moines Buccaneers of the United States Hockey League (USHL), accumulating 97 points (45-52=97) in 108 regular season games while helping the club to the 2006 Clark Cup championship as USHL champions.

A native of Salt Lake City, Utah, Lewis has represented the United States at two International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) events, earning bronze medals at the 2015 IIHF World Championship and 2007 IIHF Men's World Junior Championship. In 17 games, he posted 11 points (4-7=11).