Flyers chairman Ed Snider completes cancer treatment

Philadelphia Flyers chairman Ed Snider has completed treatment for a non-life-threatening form of cancer.

Spokesperson says 81-year-old is 'happy and healthy'

Philadelphia Flyers chairman Ed Snider, shown at left in this file photo, recently completed treatment for a non-life-threatening form of cancer. (Alex Brandon/Associated Press)

Philadelphia Flyers chairman Ed Snider has completed treatment for a non-life-threatening form of cancer.

Comcast-Spectacor spokesman Ike Richman released a statement Thursday, saying the 81-year-old Snider, "is doing well and continues to be working. He is happy and healthy."

Richman added that Snider's involvement with the team and the company had not been impacted.

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