VIDEO: Press Conference – Trevor Lewis signs with Utah Grizzlies

Earlier this week MayorsManor first broke the news that LA Kings forward Trevor Lewis had agreed to a contract with the ECHL’s Utah Grizzlies for the remainder of the NHL lockout.

In anticipation of his debut tomorrow night vs the Ontario Reign, Lewis was introduced to the local media in Salt Lake City at a press conference this afternoon. Among the items discussed is the fact that he’ll initially be skating on a line with Brad Mills of the New Jersey Devils and Colin Vock, his old teammate from the Des Moines Buccaneers (USHL).

MayorsManor will have more coverage coming up soon.

In the meantime, if you’d like to go back to the day the Kings won the Stanley Cup, click here for his thoughts following the morning skate prior to Game 6…and click here for our interview with Lewis from the ice at Staples Center moments after they defeated the Devils.

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