Profile of Robin Short

Robin Short is The Telegram's Sports Editor. One of the newspaper's senior citizens (despite his youthful appearance), he has worked at The Telegram for 24 years. He is a two-time winner of the Atlantic Journalism Award for sports reporting and is author of Rock Stars: Team Gushue's Road to Gold. You can reach Robin at rshort@thetelegram.com

All articles of Robin Short

  • Caribous win Allan Cup opener

    “Problem was, we had nothing to show for it. We still had only a 1-0 lead. It was kind of scary, actually, because I said to someone, ‘Just ...

  • Reinforced IceCaps get revenge on Wolfpack

    Hartford’s seventh win came Saturday night, an easy 7-2 decision over the IceCaps. But St. John’s played that game minus the services of six ...

  • IceCaps set single-season record for wins, points

    By Robin Short Telegram Sports Editor Bolstered by the addition of five players reassigned by the Winnipeg Jets, the St. John’s IceCaps trimmed ...

  • IceCaps spanked 7-2 by Wolf Pack

    By Robin Short Telegram Sports Editor Eric Comrie made out just fine in his professional hockey debut last week, but his first pro start didn’t ...

  • Column: Eddie who?

    Fast forward two years and we see Pasquale is on the outside looking in at the IceCaps right now, his season cut short because of hip surgery. ...

  • IceCaps let one slip away vs. Bulldogs

    If it’s half empty, on a night after the team secured the ticket to the post-season dance, the IceCaps likely saw their slim hopes of an Atlantic ...

  • IceCaps clinch playoff berth with win over Bulldogs

    St. John’s sits in fourth place in the American Hockey League’s Eastern Conference, behind the Manchester Monarchs, Springfield Falcons and ...

  • Comrie’s memorable pro debut

    The baby-faced Comrie had just finished his Western Hockey League season, his Tri-City Americans KOed in five games in the first round of the ...

  • Falcons pull out OT win on IceCaps

    By Robin Short Telegram Sports Editor If you wanted a textbook hockey game on display, Mile One Centre was not the place to be Friday night. If ...

  • Clarenville Caribous all on board for final ride

    Whatever it was, the Clarenville Caribous knew they had to come up with a plan — pronto — to spike the tires on the rolling Grand Falls-Windsor ...