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

  • 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 ...

  • All talk

    Sports scene - Athletes will never concede it's about the money. They'll sign for $20 million a year, but with a straight face maintain it's not ...

  • Adam makes the cut

    An attractive package of size and skill, coupled with an ability to play all three forward positions, was enough to make Luke Adam the sixth ...

  • Ryder, Clowe make their points

    Struggling Michael Ryder had a hot hand, while Ryane Clowe cooled off over the weekend for their respective National Hockey League clubs. ...

  • How about MUN Sea-Hawks hockey?

    Now that Gary Kachanoski has taken his sticks and skates, shovel and pail to Memorial, does the potential exist for the university's return to ...

  • Stanley hits Signal Hill

    The frigid, ear-biting nor'easter blowing atop Signal Hill Tuesday afternoon reminded Derek Clancey of those bitter early mornings so many years ...

  • Nobody asked, but ...

    Sports scene - The Olympic Curling Trials open Sunday in Edmonton, and here's betting the shock has only slightly worn off the curlers on Brad ...

  • Davis signs on with Minnesota

    As a 15-year-old skating with the boys in high school and midget hockey, Sarah Davis missed the camaraderie of playing with girls her own age. ...

  • Back in the day

    Ken Dryden once said hockey was never better than it was when seen through the eyes of a 12-year-old. In 1977, the Montreal Canadiens would lose ...