We saw the NBA Trade Deadline pass last week in a blaze of glory and now the NHL will have it’s chance to steal the spotlight on Monday.
Four sharks of unknown size were spotted off the coast of the Manhattan Beach pier on Sunday morning, a lifeguard confirmed to CBSLA.
The San Jose Sharks and Los Angeles Kings are going to take their rivalry outdoors next season.
The sharks are not looking for human prey. But pray tell, why so many?
It may not exactly be “Jaws”, but as many as four leopard sharks have been seen swimming in the canals along Venice Beach.
Joe Pavelski scored in the shootout and Antti Niemi stopped all three attempts to help the San Jose Sharks beat the Anaheim Ducks 4-3 on Saturday night.
Two sharks were spotted off the coast of Manhattan Beach Tuesday.
Several members of Congress representing coastal states are voicing concern about a proposed federal regulation that could pre-empt state bans on buying or selling shark fins.
There’s nothing fancy about the way Matt Greene plays hockey, and that’s why the veteran defenseman fits perfectly with the Los Angeles Kings.
The rotting — and oh-so-smelly — carcass of the twenty ton fin whale that washed up on a beach in Malibu last Monday, has been carted out to sea.
Joe Pavelski scored the only shootout goal, and the San Jose Sharks beat the Kings 6-5 Thursday night to pull even with Los Angeles atop the Pacific Division with two days left in the regular season.
If the Phoenix Coyotes eventually fall short of reaching the playoffs or winning their first division title, one reason will be their performances against the league-worst Columbus Blue Jackets.
Radim Vrbata scored twice and Mike Smith had 37 saves to shut out San Jose for the third time this season, leading the Phoenix Coyotes to a critical 2-0 victory over the Sharks on Thursday night.
Playing a last-place team with a rusty goaltender on the back-end of a back-to-back appeared to be the perfect recipe to get the San Jose Sharks back into first place in the Pacific Division.