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

  • ‘Ready for a new start’

    After missing all but five games last season, Mark Dekanich is anxious to get back in the blue paint and push incumbent goaltender Eddie Pasquale ...

  • Blades may not skate this season

    The Mount Pearl H.J. Bartlett Electric Blades are expected to ask the Newfoundland and Labrador senior hockey circuit today for a one-year leave ...

  • Rock takes it on the chin in CRC Final

    The Atlantic Rock closed out its 2012 Canadian Rugby Championship season with a 40-16 spanking at the hands of the Ontario Blues Saturday, ...

  • Union man

    There are those with the big, fat wallets, names like Crosby, and Weber and Parise, standing to lose a whole lot more dough, but 800 grand is 800 ...

  • IceCaps keep adding experience

    The St. John’s IceCaps will have another forward with National Hockey League experience trying out for the team when it opens training camp Oct. ...

  • Hurts so good

    It’s not often an athlete can consider going under the knife a good thing, but the timing of Daniel Cleary’s off-season knee surgery has worked ...

  • Star in the making

    You’re still only 18, throwing fastballs in the mid-80s, you’ve got a biting curveball and now you’re on Baseball Canada’s radar.Can it be any ...

  • Major midget circuit making a play for parity

    The 2012 provincial major midget hockey season kicks off this weekend in Corner Brook with a pre-season tournament that will provide an early ...

  • Machacek re-signs with Winnipeg, will return to St. John’s

    One of the final pieces in the Winnipeg Jets/St. John’s IceCaps puzzle was put in place Tuesday with the signing of restricted free agent Spencer ...

  • Local products on the rise in the QMJHL

    Veteran James Melindy figures to be a top defenceman on what’s expected to be one of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League’s top teams this ...