Flyers founder Snider hon­oured with statue

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Philadel­phia Flyers founder Ed Snider will be hon­oured with a nine-foot bronze statue out­side the Wells Fargo Cen­ter. Snider founded the team in the 1960s and re­mained chair­man un­til his death in April 2016. The statue will be un­veiled on Oct. 19 to mark the 50th an­niver­sary of the Flyers’ first home game in 1967.

Chad Fisher, of Fisher Sculp­ture of Dills­burg, Penn­syl­va­nia, cre­ated and built the 1,300-pound bronze statue, which will stand on a three-foot base en­cased by solid gran­ite.

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