(St. Paul, MN) -- A check on the Capitol City shows most businesses weathering a lack of hockey this season. Minnesota's biggest windfall from being the "State of Hockey" is in St. Paul where the Wild were set to play 41 games this season. Because of the N-H-L lockout, 17 games have been canceled and the N-H-L announced there will be no games through January 14th. However a lack of Wild at Xcel hasn't hurt business. St. Paul's November revenues were actually up over last year. Most business owners say they're doing fine without hockey, with the exception of those who own parking ramps.