Trevor Lewis
Trevor Lewis
32-Year-Old CenterC
Los Angeles Kings
2019 Fantasy Outlook
The veteran center missed half of the 2018-19 season due to a broken foot, managing only three goals and 12 points in 44 games when he was healthy. Lewis' physical style of play and occasional offense have made him a useful bottom-six forward in the past, but he's heading into the final season of his current contract and the Kings have younger players that they would probably like to audition in his spot. The 32-year-old may be wearing another jersey before the season is through. Read Past Outlooks
$Signed a four-year, $8 million contract extension with the Kings in June of 2016.
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CLos Angeles Kings
December 7, 2019
Lewis managed an assist and two PIM in Saturday's 4-3 loss to the Flames.
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Lewis had the secondary assist on Matt Roy's third-period goal, which produced the final score as the Kings' comeback effort fell short. Lewis has just five points in 23 games this season, but he's picked up three helpers in his last five outings.
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2019–20 Time On Ice Stats
  • Average Time On Ice:
    12:11
  • Average Power Play TOI:
    0:03
  • Average Short-Handed TOI:
    1:06
 
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Lewis has topped double digits in goals in each of the past two seasons and had a career high with 14 last season. While that's not a bad total, it's also not the kind of number that leads to success in most fantasy formats. Players like the 31-year-old are good waiver-wire options throughout the season, but until bigger names start to miss games because of the grind of the season, their value is limited. Unless you play in a deep league, Lewis isn't likely to be worthy of a spot on your roster on draft day.
Lewis scored a career-high 12 goals and topped the 20-point plateau for the second time in 2016-17. The 30-year-old veteran's lack of offense has limited his fantasy value, but he's proven to be a capable real-world player in all situations and posted a sterling 55.2 Corsi For percentage last season. The Kings don't have a lot of quality wingers, and because Lewis can line up on both sides of center, he often climbs the depth chart into a top-six role for stretches. In those cases, he offers fleeting fantasy value, and because of his underwhelming puck skills, expectations should be kept in check.
As a depth-line grinder who’s never cracked double-digit goals or exceeded 25 points in a season, Lewis maintains precious little fantasy value. Even though he’s a quality source of hits, he doesn’t complement those with PIM, making him a subpar source of stats even in specialty formats. That said, his shots on goal did spike to a career-high 167 last year, pointing to increased offensive involvement that could manifest itself in a slight scoring increase this season.
Lewis is never going to be much of a scorer as his six goals last year set a career high. But he's an effective penalty killer for the Kings and has earned a regular spot in the lineup. He'll continue to fill a bottom-six role for the Kings.
Lewis has failed to live up to the promise as the 17th overall pick back in 2006. He did have 14 points (five goals, nine assists) in 48 games last season in a mostly checking role for the Kings, but that's clearly his upside. He'll be back in a bottom-six role again for the Kings.
Lewis isn't much of a threat at the offensive end (3 G, 4 A in 72 games) but seemed to embrace the role of a grittty third-line winger under coach Darryl Sutter. He figures to open camp on Jarret Stoll's line after clicking with him during the playoffs but figures to have to fend off some other forwards who could fill a similar role but offer more upside at the offensive end.
Lewis got a taste of the NHL life in his first extended exposure last season and responded with 13 points (three goals, 10 assists) in 72 games. He'll give the Kings a versatile skater on the penalty kill and has some offensive skills, but won't see enough ice time in an offensive role to be of much value to your fantasy squad.
Lewis bounced around between LA and the AHL last year before a shoulder injury cut his season short. He did manage nine points in 16 playoff games for Manchester and that may have opened up enough eyes to get him another look this season. He'll likely bounce in and out of the lineup when he's with the Kings and doesn't offer much fantasy upside.
Lewis registered 51 points (20 G, 31 A) in his second full year in the AHL but he'll have a hard time cracking the Kings' lineup.
One of a myriad of young offensive prospects for the Kings, Lewis has struggled since hitting the AHL. A 12-16-28 line in 76 games will certainly get you bypassed in a system as deep as the Kings and it's time to start turning potential into production. He'll be heavily counted on at Manchester in the AHL and needs a big season to regain some of his prospect shine.
One of the top prospects in the Kings farm system is expected to be with Manchester of ANHL full-time this season after getting a taste of Kings farm team last season. He was one of the top five scorers in the OHL last season with 73 points in 62 games
He most likely will get another year of seasoning in the minors before he gets his shot to make the team.
Lewis was eligible for 2005 NHL Entry Draft but like so many young men, he went away heartbroken when he was overlooked by every single team. Determined to prove everyone wrong, Lewis put in an phenomenal year in the USHL and saw his stock explod with 75 points in just 56 games. He also picked a host of awards this past season, culminating with the U.S. junior player of the year award. He has electric feet and intimidates with his speed, and he has the rare ability to change direction at top speed without losing a step. He's a long way off but he could turn out to be a pretty nice scorer in the NHL.
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CLos Angeles Kings
December 2, 2019
Lewis picked up an assist, two shots on goal and a plus-2 rating.
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Delivers assist
CLos Angeles Kings
November 30, 2019
Lewis recorded an assist, three shots on goal and two PIM in Saturday's 2-1 win over the Jets.
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Will play Wednesday
CLos Angeles Kings
November 27, 2019
Lewis (lower body) took line rushes during pregame warmups and is expected to play Wednesday versus the Islanders, Jon Rosen of Fox Sports West reports.
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Activated from IR
CLos Angeles Kings
November 27, 2019
Lewis (lower body) was activated from injured reserve Wednesday, making him eligible to suit up against the Islanders, Jon Rosen of LA Kings Insider reports.
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Labeled week-to-week
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Lower Body
November 12, 2019
Lewis remains week-to-week due to his lower-body injury, Jack Harris of the Los Angeles Times reports.
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