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Flames re-sign Trevor Lewis to one-year deal

The Calgary Flames have re-signed a forward but it isn’t the one that fans want. General manager Brad Treliving confirmed to Salim Nadim Valji of TSN that Trevor Lewis will be back next season. Treliving added that the team is signing goaltender Oscar Dansk and re-signing Nick DeSimone. Chris...
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Flames' Trevor Lewis: Another year in Calgary

Lewis signed a one-year, $800,000 contract with the Flames on Wednesday. Lewis posted 16 points and 176 hits in 80 games for the Flames last year. He'll remain with the organization for another season, where he'll likely fill a fourth-line role.
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Trevor Lewis gave the Flames good fourth line value in 2021-22

After an unproductive 2020-21 season, Calgary Flames general manager Brad Treliving – in consultation with head coach Darryl Sutter – focused on bringing in specific players for specific roles. One of the key players brought in on an inexpensive deal for a depth role was two-time Stanley Cup champion Trevor Lewis.
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Flames' Trevor Lewis: Assists in consecutive contests

Lewis recorded an assist, two shots on goal and four hits in Friday's 5-3 loss to the Oilers in Game 2. Lewis won a faceoff back to Erik Gudbranson, whose shot generated a rebound for Brett Ritchie to bury at 6:02 of the first period. With two goals and three helpers in nine playoff outings, Lewis has been a pleasant surprise on offense. He's added 16 shots, 24 hits, eight PIM and an even plus-minus rating.
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Calgary Flames’ Trevor Lewis Up To Old Tricks Again

SALT LAKE CITY – Trevor Lewis seems to thrive in playoffs. After spending 11 seasons and winning two Stanley Cups with the LA Kings, Lewis found a new home, with some familiar faces in Calgary. When Darryl Sutter took over the struggling Calgary Flames, he immediately reached out to...
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Flames' Trevor Lewis: Gathers helper in win

Lewis notched an assist, two shots on goal and two hits in Wednesday's 9-6 win over the Oilers in Game 1. Lewis helped out on the second of Blake Coleman's two tallies in the contest. With four points in eight playoff games, Lewis has been a solid contributor in a fourth-line role. The veteran forward has added 14 shots on net, 20 hits, eight PIM and an even plus-minus rating.
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Flames' Trevor Lewis: Fills empty cage

Lewis scored an empty-net goal on two shots in Wednesday's 3-1 win over the Stars in Game 5. Johnny Gaudreau's attempt from just inside the red line went wide, but Lewis collected it off the end boards to secure the win. Somewhat surprisingly, Lewis has two goals and an assist during a three-game point streak. The 35-year-old has added nine shots on net, nine hits, six PIM and a plus-1 rating through five playoff contests.
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Flames' Trevor Lewis: Nabs assist in win

Lewis produced an assist, three shots on goal and three hits in Monday's 4-1 win over the Stars in Game 4. Lewis helped out on Mikael Backlund's empty-netter to secure the victory. With a goal and an assist in the two road games so far in this first-round series, Lewis has outplayed his fourth-line assignment. The 35-year-old has added seven shots on net, eight hits, six PIM and a plus-1 rating while providing a solid checking presence.
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Flames' Trevor Lewis: Puts away goal

Lewis scored a goal on three shots, doled out two hits and added two PIM in Saturday's 4-2 loss to the Stars in Game 3. Lewis netted his first goal since April 9 with his first-period tally. The 35-year-old has emerged as head coach Darryl Sutter's preferred option at the fourth-line center spot. Lewis has added five hits, four shots on net and six PIM in what's been a fairly low-scoring series through three contests.
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Flames' Trevor Lewis: Rejoins team at practice

Lewis (personal) was in attendance for Monday's practice session, Derek Wills of Sportsnet 960 The Fan reports. Lewis left the team's season-ending road trip for the birth of his child but is back at practice and should be ready to go for the playoffs. Even with his return to the lineup, the 35-year-old Utah native shouldn't be expected to offer more than mid-range fantasy value, at best, given his lack of power-play minutes and spot on the fourth line.
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Flames' Trevor Lewis: Traveling back to Calgary

Lewis has headed back to Calgary for the birth of his child, the team announced Thursday. Lewis' departure will see him miss the final two regular-season contests while the team faces Minnesota and Winnipeg on the road Thursday and Friday, respectively. Without Lewis in the lineup, Ryan Carpenter or Adam Ruzicka figures to step onto the ice in his stead.
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Flames' Trevor Lewis: Slides assist Saturday

Lewis notched an assist, two shots on goal and two hits in Saturday's 6-3 win over the Canucks. Lewis ended a six-game point drought with the secondary helper on Brett Ritchie's third-period tally. The 35-year-old Lewis has 16 points in 79 outings this season -- he's benefited from a reunion with Darryl Sutter, who trusts him in a fourth-line role. The veteran forward has added 106 shots on net, 171 hits and a minus-2 rating.
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Flames' Trevor Lewis: Scores again Saturday

Lewis scored a goal on three shots, added three hits and went plus-2 in Saturday's 4-1 win over the Kraken. Lewis has goals in consecutive outings after snapping a 13-game point drought. The 35-year-old saw third-line usage with Calle Jarnkrok (illness) and Sean Monahan (hip) out of action. Lewis has six goals, nine helpers, 99 shots on net, 159 hits and a minus-2 rating in 72 contests overall, mainly as a fourth-liner this season.
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Flames' Trevor Lewis: Ends point drought with goal

Lewis scored a goal on three shots and added two PIM in Thursday's 4-2 win over the Sharks. Lewis has been a fixture in the Flames' bottom six, but he's struggled to generate offense lately. His tally off of a turnover in the first period ended a 13-game point drought. The 35-year-old forward logged his 800th NHL game Wednesday versus the Ducks. He's at 14 points, 96 shots on net, 156 hits and a minus-4 rating through 71 outings this season.
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Flames' Trevor Lewis: Chips in with helper

Lewis notched an assist and three hits in Thursday's 4-1 win over the Lightning. Lewis had the secondary helper on a Mikael Backlund tally late in the second period. The assist ended a nine-game point drought for Lewis, who has seen second-line usage recently as head coach Darryl Sutter looks to spark his depth forwards. Lewis has 13 points, 77 shots on net, 128 hits and a minus-3 rating in 57 contests overall, but his physical game is more akin to that of a fourth-liner.
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Flames' Trevor Lewis: Earns power-play assist

Lewis recorded a power-play assist and added two hits in Wednesday's 6-2 win over the Ducks. Lewis was on the ice when a 4-on-4 situation became a Flames power play, and he had the secondary helper on Matthew Tkachuk's second-period marker. With assists in the last three games, Lewis has been unusually productive, though it shouldn't be expected to last. The 35-year-old is up to 12 points, 64 shots on net, 107 hits and an even plus-minus rating in 47 contests. The power-play point was his first contribution in that situation since the 2017-18 campaign -- he's always been more of a defensive forward throughout his career.
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