Ted Snell (Born - May 28, 1946 in Ottawa, Ontario) is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey forward who played 104 games in the National Hockey League for the Kansas City Scouts, Pittsburgh Penguins, and Detroit Red Wings.
He played junior hockey for the Niagara Falls Flyers from 1962 to 1966, winning the Memorial Cup in 1965. Snell turned pro with the Hershey Bears in 1966 and, except for 54 games with the Phoenix Roadrunners in 1968-69, stayed with the American Hockey League (AHL) team until 1973. He won the Calder Cup with Hershey in 1969.
The Pittsburgh Penguins signed him as a free agent in 1973 and he finally made his NHL debut in 1973-74, scoring 4 goals and 12 assists in 55 games. The Kansas City Scouts chose him in the 1974 NHL Expansion Draft and they traded him to the Detroit Red Wings in mid-season 1974-75. After a short stay with Detroit Snell returned to the AHL until he retired in 1976.
Snell played in 104 NHL games and scored 7 goals and 18 assists.