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

  • Pens use long hand to write must-win

    Detroit - Petr Sykora closed out four and half hours of playoff hockey that started Monday night and ended In the wee hours of the morning with a ...

  • Holmstrom says he'll play, Cleary's a fine option if he can't

    DETROIT - Planes zipped around over the Detroit River Sunday as the Red Bull Air Race - sort of Indy Car, but with wings - thrilled nearly ...

  • Wings one win away

    The Detroit Red Wings, playing what they call in the industry a perfect road game, got what they wanted in Pittsburgh Saturday night, a 2-1 win ...

  • Cleary may play top line

    PITTSBURGH - Detroit Red Wings forward Tomas Holmstrom did not skate with the team Friday afternoon, but he - along with coach Mike Babcock - ...

  • Crosby carries the load

    Pittsburgh - The thinking heading into Game 3 of a Stanley Cup final dominated every which way by the Detroit Red Wings was the Pittsburgh ...

  • Cole's calling

    Detroit - "They're gonna go. They're goin' home. They're goin' home. Yeah! They're goin' home." It's 32 years ago and Bob Cole is perched in a ...

  • Theory on Cleary

    Detroit - Deep within the core of the winsome Detroit skyline, from a view across the river in Windsor, Ont., is a city reeling. Motown, long ...

  • Alex Faulkner and Dan Cleary are the only two players from this province to play in final series

    The blond, crew-cut boy, whose hockey career was carved out on the Exploits River and became the stuff of legend in every nook and cranny of ...

  • Paiement opts for across-the-pond hockey

    The career junior coach, who's been behind the bench for more games than any other Quebec Major Junior Hockey League mentor, hopes a stint ...

  • 'Thrill of a lifetime'

    Halifax - Should this year's squad regain national pride and win Finland's first world title since 1995, a St. John's woman associated with the ...