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The winger will be honoured on Tuesday, Aug. 29

by TORIE PETERSON @ToriePeterson /

At just the age of 24, Johnny Gaudreau's resume is full of impressive achievements.

USHL Clark Cup winner. NCAA Champion. Gold medal winner at the IIHF World Junior Championship. Hobey Baker winner. Calder Trophy finalist. NHL All-Star, three years in a row. Lady Byng Trophy winner.

He'll be adding one more item to his list of accomplishments at the end of August.

Gaudreau will be inducted into the Salem County Sports Hall Of Fame on Tuesday, Aug. 29. The ceremony will be held at Sol and Jean Davidow Performing Arts Theatre in Davidow Hall at Salem Community College at 6:30 p.m. EST.

In 232 regular season games, Gaudreau has scored 73 goals and 204 points, ranking him fourth among all NHL players 25 years of age or younger over the last three years. The Salem, N.J. product has led the Flames in scoring for the past two seasons and was second in team scoring in his rookie year.

Gaudreau is coming off of a 16-goal, 61-point 2016-17 season. In the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs, he had two assists in four games.

Internationally, Gaudreau has represented the USA at multiple tournaments. In 2013, he captured gold at the IIHF World Junior Championship and led his team in scoring with seven goals and nine points in seven games. In two appearances at the IIHF World Championship, the winger eight goals and 21 points in 16 games. He also participated in the 2016 World Cup Of Hockey, netting two goals and four points as a member of Team North America.

Video: See the best of Johnny Hockey from 2016-17

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