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

  • Ryder riding out the storm

    He is the highest scoring born-and-bred Newfoundlander to play in the National Hockey League. He is, by all accounts, a genuine sniper who will ...

  • Games times

    These eyes have seen a lot of Canada Games — 10 to be exact — and a lot of changes since we first starting spinning yarns way back in 1991 in ...

  • Clowe has gained respect as a leader

    Boston — He’s a Top 6 forward on one of the NHL’s best teams. He scores goals, he sets up goals, he’s a physical player. He even fights when the ...

  • Clowe's Sharks take bite out of Ryder's Bruins

    Boston — It was Ryane Clowe and the San Jose Sharks getting one up on Michael Ryder and the Boston Bruins in a Saturday NHL matinee ...

  • Delay of game

    The ECHL’s board of governors is “very interested” with the prospects of expanding to Canada’s East Coast, but if St. John’s is to be home to the ...

  • Devereaux's back in the spotlight

    Stacie Devereaux is technically considered a rookie heading into the 2011 Scotties Tournament of Hearts Canadian women’s curling championship, ...

  • Come on, Province. Pony-up.

    The group that hopes to bring the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League back to St. John’s took a big hit recently when a request to the provincial ...

  • Two-horse race to play Mile One?

    They’re not through the first turn yet, but it appears a two-horse race is developing over which outfit will be playing hockey at Mile One Centre ...

  • Hockey ahead?

    The Mile One Centre online calendar is looking pretty bare these days, but that could change next fall if the 10-year-old rink secures an anchor ...

  • Don’t get your socks in a knot over loss by Canadian juniors

    It’s been three days since the great disintegration, a caving-in that not only dashed hopes for gold, but wounded the hockey psyche of an entire ...