Lewis (upper-body) will return to the Kings lineup on Monday.
Lewis has missed the last five games with an upper-body injury but will play Monday vs. the Blue Jackets. Lewis will likely replace Matt Luff on the Kings’ fourth line and comes into play with just six points (1G / 5A) in 30 games this season.
Source: Jack Harris 01/6/20, 2:40 pm EST
Lewis (upper-body) is not expected to play on Monday.
Lewis suffered an upper-body injury in his first shift in Buffalo on Saturday and it doesn't look like he will play Monday vs. the Blues. With Lewis hurt, Martin Frk was called up from the AHL this morning but look Matt Luff to replace him on a line with Jeff Carter.
Lewis is expected to be a healthy scratch on Wednesday.
Lewis has been held off of the scoresheet for 11 straight games and it looks like the Kings will pull the veteran forward out of their lineup on Wednesday.
Source: Jon Rosen 10/30/19, 2:41 pm EST
Lewis (foot) suffered a setback and will be out for “a while.”
Lewis has been out since November 13th and is expected to miss at least a couple more weeks after suffering a setback. The Kings recently added Nikita Scherbak and Brendan Leipsic, so their Kings bottom-6 will be O.K. without Lewis.
Source: Jon Rosen 12/4/18, 2:32 pm EST
Lewis (undisclosed) will not play Tuesday in Winnipeg.
Source: Ken Wiebe 03/20/18, 6:10 pm EST
Lewis (upper-body) will be a game-time decision on Thursday.
Rob Blake said Lewis (upper-body) did not suffer a concussion, and is considered week-to-week at this time.
The Kings have placed Trevor Lewis (upper-body) on IR.
Lewis (undisclosed) is questionable for Saturday’s game in Tampa Bay.
Lewis was banged up on a hit by Jared McCann last night and is questionable for tonight’s game. Head coach John Stevens said he though Lewis was going to be OK, but he is still questionable for Saturday.
The Kings signed Trevor Lewis to a four-year extension worth $8 million ($2M AAV).
Lewis, 29, had eight goals and eight assists (16 points) in 75 games with the Kings last season. He has spent the first eight years of his NHL career with the Kings after being drafted 17th overall in 2006. He has 89 points (35G / 54A) in 424 career NHL games.
Source: Jon Rosen 06/28/16, 6:21 am EST
The Kings have activated Trevor Lewis (upper-body) from IR.
Lewis (upper-body) will not play on Sunday.
Lewis is on the ice for Kings' practice this afternoon, but is not taking part in line rushes so he will miss his seventh consecutive game with the upper-body injury he suffered in the season opener.
Source: Jon Rosen 10/25/14, 9:25 am EST
Lewis (upper-body) has been placed on IR, retro active to October 8th.
Lewis has missed the last three games with an upper-body injury and has yet to resume skating. The retroactive move means Lewis can play whenever he returns to full health, but for now he goes on IR to allow the Kings to recall a forward after finding out Marian Gaborik is out on Tuesday.
Source: @LAKingsPR 10/15/14, 7:58 am EST
Lewis (upper-body) will not play on Saturday.
Lewis missed Friday's practice with an upper-body injury and will not play on Saturday and is questionable for Sunday's game against Winnipeg. With Lewis out, expect Jordan Nolan to enter the lineup.
Lewis has been activated from IR and is in warmups.
Lewis has missed the last nine games with a lower-body injury and appears to be in vs. the Senators. Expect him to centre the fourth line.
Source: Jon Rosen 12/14/13, 8:42 am EST
Also, on the third line, Trevor Lewis will be in instead of Trent Hunter.
Lewis draws back into the lineup after a lengthy benching. He has one assist through 20 games which garners no merit in fantasy hockey leagues.
Lewis draws back out after playing only one game in the lineup. The former 17th overall pick has only one assist in 20 games.
Trevor Lewis will return to the lineup, replacing Kevin Westgarth, likely in a fourth-line role with Kyle Clifford and Colin Fraser.
Lewis was a mainstay on the fourth line last year but only found his way into 19 of 27 games. He has no fantasy hockey value with only one assist.
The Kings announced that they have signed forward Trevor Lewis, who had been a restricted free agent, to a two-year contract worth a total of $1.45 million ($725,000 salary-cap hit per season).
Although a first round pick of the Kings back in 2006, Lewis's is used mostly as a penalty killer.
Lewis moves up to the top line.