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Kings' Trevor Lewis rediscovers scoring touch
Kings' Trevor Lewis rediscovers scoring touch

It was natural for Trevor Lewis to be a scorer when he was a kid playing hockey in Salt Lake City. “When I was growing up,” he said, “there was only 10 guys on our team.” Lewis, drafted 17th by the Kings in the 2006 entry draft, tried to be a scorer at the professional level too, before accepting the idea that his talents were better deployed on the defensive side of the game and as a penalty killer. Which makes it funny now that he enjoyed a career-best three-point game Tuesday in a 5-2 victory at Edmonton, contributing a goal and two assists while complementing world-class center Anze Kopitar and winger Marian Gaborik. “It’s good to see Trevor with...