NHL players offer new plan to end lockout

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NHL Players' Association executive director Donald Fehr, center, arrives for labor talks at NHL headquarters in New York with his brother, NHLPA counsel Steven Fehr, right, Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2012, in New York. (AP Photo/ Louis Lanzano)
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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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