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

  • Where there’s a Will ...

    That’s because, guaranteed, the IceCaps’ defenceman will be one of the last — if not the last player — off the ice, chased by an anxious Zamboni ...

  • IceCaps hopeful they’ve reached the turning point

    Related story Pirates rout IceCaps “If anyone can sleep tonight,” captain Jason Jaffray said of his teammates after that game, “they ...

  • IceCaps rebound with shutout win

    By Robin Short Telegram Sports Editor Twenty-four hours after what might have been the worst performance of any IceCaps team in their three-plus ...

  • Robin Short's Sport Scene: Just shut up,Gerry

    Related story Byrne questions 20-year Sport N.L. beer sponsorship Couldn’t say. Don’t know the man. Not that it makes a difference. Because you ...

  • Rolling in the dough

    That comes with the territory.But with well over 10,000 members and counting, HNL has the swagger and, in some sense, a degree of political ...

  • Pirates rout IceCaps

    Related story IceCaps Gameday Hellebuyck a welcome workhorse for IceCaps The loss drops the IceCaps to 19-22-5-2 on the year, and while there’s ...

  • Regular-season crown for Royals

    Goalie Bryan Gillis was key to the Royals’ wins, getting the shutout in a 3-0 victory Saturday and turning aside all four Flyers he faced in the ...

  • Robin Short's column: A season to forget for Newfoundland’s NHL contingent

    Colin Greening was placed on waivers by the Ottawa Senators this week, cleared and was assigned to Binghamton where he was expected to suit up ...

  • Maple Leafs finish on top

    It’s an indication of how the Maple Leafs approached each game this season.“We like to stress a team game,” said Maple Leafs coach Ed Oates. ...

  • Jardine’s on guard for Delaware

    The 19-year-old O’Donel Patriots high school product is averaging 11 points per game for the 7-10 Blue Hens, who play NCAA DI women’s basketball ...