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

  • He just wants to play

    After spending much of the 2007-08 hockey season on the disabled list, Dan LaCosta just wants to play this year, even if it means another tour of ...

  • Buttle skates away with no regrets

    Sports scene - Just over a week after walking away from a championship skating career, don't expect to see Jeff Buttle shuffling about in ...

  • Purcell working on a King-sized goal

    A year after dipping his toes in the Los Angeles Kings' training camp pool, Teddy Purcell is prepared to make a plunge at this year's camp in El ...

  • Cleary expects to keep time in Motown

    He managed only a pair of goals in 22 Stanley Cup playoff games last spring, but Dan Cleary was still one of head coach Mike Babcock's go-to guys ...

  • Honour for McDonald

    Modesty may prevent him from comparing it to induction into Cooperstown or the corner of Yonge and Front streets, where the Hockey Hall of Fame ...

  • Sundin's waffle can't be tasty with Maple Leafs

    Sports scene - Nobody asked me, but... Why haven't the Toronto Maple Leafs told Mats Sundin to take a hike already? As Sundin continues to ...

  • Young Sea-Hawks still learning to fly

    The Memorial Sea-Hawks dropped their second straight game on the opening weekend of play in Atlantic University Sport men's intercollegiate ...

  • Provincial association to look at realignment of metro area

    Fifty or so kids from the Southlands section of St. John's will continue playing their minor hockey in Mount Pearl this season. That was the ...

  • Closing out history

    Bronx, N.Y. - It's deep within the bowels of Yankee Stadium, near the home team's clubhouse, and Reggie Jackson is holding court with a Canadian ...

  • No.1 - George Faulkner

    Ten best athletes - He might not have lifted the Stanley Cup, or even played in the National Hockey League, but to a legion of hockey fans old ...