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

  • Only hockey gold matters

    This is Canada and let's be honest, little else really matters. For the next two weeks, a few speed skaters, lugers, cross-country and freestyle ...

  • Unparalleled cash behind Canadian athletes at this year's Games

    Vancouver - "What would you do," the voice in the lottery commercial asks TV watchers, "with a million dollars?" A Cadillac? Vegas? Time share on ...

  • Sweeping through the years

    Sports scene - He doesn't sweep as vigorously as he once did, and the eye isn't quite as accurate as it once was. But the passion to curl still ...

  • Habs should hold on to Halak and deal Price

    Sports scene - Nobody asked but ... So say you're Bob Gainey, and you've got to deal with a split dressing room - assuming, of course, it's true. ...

  • The game put to shame

    Sports scene - Enough is enough. It has to stop. And the time is now. Patrice Cormier's filthy elbow on Mikael Tam in a Quebec major junior ...

  • Still a Hab-not province

    Sports scene - Montreal is coming. Or is it the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League for another go-round? The New York Islanders, perhaps? One ...

  • Something different: a Nichols-plated champion

    It was a double takeout for the Nichols family over the weekend, and while Shelley Nichols was happy for her brother winning a Grand Slam of ...

  • A sad story, but perhaps a fortunate fall

    Sports scene - In a weird, twisted sense, Daniel Ryder might be a lucky young man today. Lucky because he's a hockey player, or used to be a ...

  • Daniel Ryder expected to be charged in robbery

    He was once touted to be a better hockey prospect than his older brother, a six-year NHL veteran. He is former 80-point scorer in junior hockey, ...

  • The Golden Moment

    Twenty years ago, on a sultry southern Ontario summer morning, Dwayne Norris and 43 of Canada's top junior hockey players gathered at Kitchener's ...