Scott Robinson was born March 29, 1964 in Mile House, B.C. A graduate of the Western Hockey League's Seattle Breakers, Robinson was a WHL West Second Team All-Star in 1985 before he joined the University of Calgary in 1985-86.
From 1985 to 1988 Scott Robinson was a member of the University of Calgary hockey program before signing as a free agent with the Minnesota North Stars prior to the 1987-88 season. After signing with the North Stars, Robinson joined their International Hockey League affiliate in Kalamazoo where in 49 games with the Wings he finished with 31 points on 14 goals and 17 assists.
Although he spent the majority of the 1989-90 season in Kalamazoo, Robinson played his first and only NHL game with Minnesota during the 1989-90 season before returning to Kalamazoo for the next two seasons.
Robinson became a member of the IHL's Milwaukee Admirals in 1992-93 and retired from the game of hockey at the end of the season.
Scott Robinson played in one NHL game where he was held pointless and was assessed one minor penalty.