The Hunter Brothers have always been tied to hockey with all five brothers playing the game at various levels and now they have a chance to do something else unique in hockey - have the theme to one of the most watched events of the year.

Their song "Born And Raised" could be the anthem for the upcoming World Junior Hockey Championships in Vancouver and Victoria starting on Boxing Day.

To give an example of just how popular the IIHF World Junior Championship is, in 2015, 19.4 million Canadians - over half the countries population, tuned in to watch some or all of the tournament. In 2017, a record 7.1 million Canadians watched Canada's thrilling 5-4 win over Russia, making it the most-watched broadcast on record on specialty television in Canada.

Luke, J.J., Ty, Brock, and Dusty, who hail from Saskatchewan, are in competition with three other groups for the honor.

The way to help is by voting.

You can vote for them through Twitter 

- https://twitter.com/HC_WJC/status/1072135208311283712

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/WorldJuniors/app/200833157029718/?app_data=%7B%7D

and Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/p/BrNe35Rh5oD/

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