NEW YORK (AP) - Negotiations aimed at ending the NHL lockout have broken up for the day.
Union head Donald Fehr says Wednesday's talks produced ``no movement'' on the major issues.
Earlier, players gave management a new proposal that the union said left sides less than $40 million apart annually over a five-year contract.
Wednesday was the 67th day of the lockout. More than a quarter of the regular season already has been canceled.
No date for the next bargaining session was set.

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