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

  • Pirates sack St. John’s

    For a game that featured a sluggish start for the home team, the IceCaps sure offered an exciting finish, rallying from a four-goal deficit to ...

  • NHL returning to St. John’s

    So, in addition to watching NHLers skate at Mile One, local hockey fans also had first glimpse at future St. John’s American Hockey League ...

  • Williams announces NHL exhibition game for Mile One in September

    Details were announced by St. John’s IceCaps president and CEO Danny Williams during a news conference Thursday at the Delta Hotel. The game is ...

  • One down, two to go

    It was the ninth win in a row for St. John’s, which improved to 37-19-1-3 on the year. The Pirates, mired in a two-way tie with the Adirondack ...

  • Mouillierat’s season ends early

    But that tidbit of information, however, overshadowed news that the IceCaps’ leading scorer, Kael Mouillierat, is done for the season.Mouillierat ...

  • IceCaps getting out what they put in

    On Jan. 18, the IceCaps laid an egg to the tune of an embarrassing 6-0 loss to the league-leading Monarchs. The result followed a 4-1 IceCaps win ...

  • Eight in a row for IceCaps

    It was the eighth straight win for the IceCaps, who improve to 36-19-1-3 on the season. It was the fourth straight loss for the Sound Tigers, who ...

  • Pardy keeps it simple

    But here’s the skinny on the Winnipeg Jets’ player: Pardy is a dependable No. 5 or 6 defenceman, a big body (6-4, 220) who is still young (29), ...

  • Not trigger-happy, but still a big shot

    Fifth in a six-part series Monday: Adam Pardy The telegram — OTTAWA He’s tied for fifth in scoring on the third-best team in the ...

  • Not just brawn, but brains too

    He fantasized about it as a child, to be certain, not unlike any other Canadian hockey-playing youngster. But as he grew older, Greening came to ...