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

  • King on the wing

    In the third period of Sunday afternoon’s American Hockey League friendly between the homestanding St. John’s IceCaps and Norfolk Admirals, the ...

  • Greening credits ‘a lot of hard work’ for his successes

    So what’s the secret with Colin Greening?No one can be that perfect, can they? Tall, handsome, personable. Captain of the college hockey team. ...

  • Starring roles in The Show

    Has it really been that long since a Newfoundland hockey player’s mere invite to an NHL training camp made big news back home? When assignment to ...

  • Shirts off their backs, for a good cause

    A great deal of planning went into the Page 1 photo you see in today’s Telegram. When you’re dealing with professional hockey players, busy ...

  • Starring roles in The Show

    Has it really been that long since a Newfoundland hockey player’s mere invite to an NHL training camp made big news back home? When assignment to ...

  • More than capable bunch

    Training camp is all of two days old, so there wasn’t a lot for the Winnipeg Jets assistant general manager, Craig Heisinger, to report Sunday ...

  • Nobody asked me, but ...

    They’re beating each other up at the World Cup of Rugby in New Zealand, where the Canadian roster features a pair of Newfoundlanders — Ciaran ...

  • Motivated by snub, O’Brien blazes out of the gate

    Upset and just a little bit ticked off he wasn’t extended an invitation to a pro camp this fall, Zach O’Brien plans to use the snub as motivation ...

  • Changes needed in local baseball on and off the field

    Nobody asked me, but …Great to see government tossing around the pre-election greenbacks for new arenas this week. C.B.S., Paradise and Harbour ...

  • Chasing the dream

    When the pucks drops on a new NHL season in October, five Newfoundlanders — Dan Cleary, Ryane Clowe, Adam Pardy, Teddy Purcell and Michael Ryder ...