The Nashville Predators have survived a rash of injuries to make the N-H-L’s Stanley Cup Finals — and as a result, several players from their top farm club in Milwaukee have an unexpected shot at a title. The Predators advanced to the Cup finals for the first time in their 19-year history with a 6-3 home victory against Anahaim on Monday night, winning the West Finals four games to two. Admirals’ All Star Colton Sissons had his first N-H-L hat trick for the Predators, while Pontus Aberg — who ended the A-H-L season with Milwaukee — had two more assists while former Admirals Austin Watson scored twice and Filip Forsberg had one goal and one assist. Former Milwaukee goaltending standout Pekka Rinne had 38 saves for Nashville, which will play either Pittsburgh or Ottawa in the Cup Finals. Former Wisconsin Badger Nic Kerdiles had one assist for Anaheim.