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

  • Gory days

    Sports scene - So, just how bad was it in Chicago, during the gory years of the late 1990s into the new decade? "Not naming names," says Phil ...

  • Daddy, what's a trout?

    Sports scene - It's the 24th of May and we likes to get away, Up in the woods or going out the bay... I blame it on Stan Cook. Or my parents. ...

  • Canadiens' success might defy logic, but it's real

    Sports scene - Like the Leafs' disciples, or the NASCAR junkies, this, too, defies logic. The Montreal Canadiens have arrived at the gates to ...

  • Silenced voices

    Sports scene - Ernie Harwell died this week, eight years short of 100, another of the few really, truly great baseball announcers who've made the ...

  • National junior hockey camp headed to St. John's?

    Sports scene - Canadian junior hockey is returning to St. John's, if only for a week. The city that was once home - albeit briefly - to a Quebec ...

  • You don't need to be an athlete to be a really good sport

    Sports scene - Through 44 winters, she's seen just about every rink in every nook and cranny in this province. She's been stuck in snowstorms ...

  • Worth every cent

    Sports scene - Great show down at Mile One last weekend. It's not every day Michael BublÉ - or Michael "Bubble," according to Olympic gold-medal ...

  • Random thoughts

    Sports scene - A few idle thoughts rattling about the ol' melon after a week away from the office ... Speaking of melon, see where Mellon Arena, ...

  • It's business time

    Colin Greening was pressed for time to chat Sunday night. The Cornell University hockey star had to run off to a meeting, but managed to answer a ...

  • Islanders believe past performance might translate into present-day success

    It's not the most precise or detailed analysis, but given Newfoundland's third-place showing at the Atlantic AAA peewee hockey championship two ...