(St. Paul, MN) -- Nobody is more excited to see the Minnesota Wild back on home ice than St.Paul Mayor Chris Coleman. The players are skating at the X today after a tentative deal was reached on a new collective bargaining agreement. Coleman says there's also a lot of excitment among the downtown business owners. He says this N-H-L lockout has been harder than 2004 because we're still recovering from a major recession. Coleman believes the Wild can make up for some of the lost regular season games with a deep run in the Stanley Cup playoffs this spring.