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

  • Going cross country for cross-country

    Two thousand, eight hundred and eighty kilometres. For 16 minutes and 14 seconds’ work.There’s the Saturday morning drive to the rink or gym. And ...

  • Some suggestions for prospective owners of a QMJHL team

    Time to pause the Heart 8-track and weigh in on the latest instalment of the will-hockey-return-to-Mile-One-again chronicle.Seems at least some ...

  • Canada wins gold at Mile One

    A sellout Mile One Centre crowd of close to 6,300 burst into wild applause Saturday night when Rebecca Johnston’s goal in overtime gave Canada a ...

  • Canada wins 4 Nations Cup in OT

    Another Canada-U.S. women’s hockey game, another classic. The two female hockey superpowers duelled into overtime Saturday night at a sold-out ...

  • Canada will play U.S. for title

    It was another Harlem Globetrotters/Washington Generals–like performance in international women’s hockey Friday night, as Canada waltzed past ...

  • Women’s hockey needs help

    Canada’s done its part. The U.S., too.But how much farther women’s hockey can advance as a viable female athletic option rests not with North ...

  • A need to focus on the Finns, not the finish

    Although Canada’s facing a must-win situation tonight, coach Ryan Walter’s biggest challenge might be keeping his team’s focused on Finland ...

  • U.S. goes coast to coast for revenge

    The stakes weren’t quite as high, of course, but Jessie Vetter exacted a bit of revenge on her Canadian goaltending counterpart with a 32-save ...

  • Rivalry renewed

    One of hockey’s best rivalries will be on display tonight at Mile One Centre when Canada takes on the United States to open the 4 Nations Cup ...

  • Team Canada finds its way back onto the ice

    Donning the familiar red and white maple leaf for the first time since last February, Canada’s national senior women’s hockey team had a bit of ...