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Trevor Lewis and Kings avoid salary arb and settle on 1 year deal @ $1.325 mil.
— Darren Dreger (@DarrenDreger) July 23, 2013
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Forward Trevor Lewis and the Kings avoided salary arbitration, reaching a one-year deal worth a reported 1.325 million.
Tuesday's announcement comes one day after Lewis was among the 48 players invited to Team USA's orientation camp in late August. Lewis, a restricted free agent, had been scheduled to go to arbitration on Aug. 2.
Lewis, 26, made 750,000 this past season...
After the recent resigning of forward Jordan Nolan to a two-year, $1.4M contract, it left just two players to re-sign for general manager Dean Lombardi.
One of those players is Trevor Lewis, the other is Kyle Clifford.
Now it seems that the Kings current cap situation leaves a meager $1.57M dollars to work with in retaining both players. It would take some shifty maneuvering...
Restricted free-agent forward Jordan Nolan has agreed to terms on a two-year deal with the Kings, the team announced Sunday. With the agreement, Nolan will avoid arbitration, which had been scheduled for Aug. 1.
Nolan's contract is worth 1.4 million, sources told The Times.
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