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Manchester City are in advanced talks with Borussia Dortmund over the signing of striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Sky sources understand. Aubameyang, the Bundesliga Player of the Year, had been linked with a summer move to Real Madrid, but the Spanish giants could be on the verge of losing out to City. Aubameyang is the Bundesliga Player of the Year The Gabon internationals value sky-rocketed last season, with a haul of 25 goals in 29 Bundesliga games bettered only by Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski. He could become another high-profile capture from Dortmund for new City boss Pep Guardiola, who made his first signing - midfielder Ilkay Gundogan - from the same club last week.Guardiola could be busy in the coming weeks, despite the Euro 2016 tournament starting in France on Friday, as he has also been linked with two big-money moves for defenders. 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CALGARY -- Steve Yzerman still remembers what it was like in Nagano in 1998, the first Olympics with NHL players and an example of Canadian failure on the bigger, international-sized ice surface. The time-honoured strategy of dumping the puck in and forechecking didnt work. "You can spend a lot of time skating places and getting there just a second late, taking yourself out of the play," said Yzerman, now Canadas general manager. "It is a different game." It was a different game at the 2006 Olympics in Turin, too, when Canada finished seventh thanks to a lack of offence and speed and the wrong mix of talent for the 200-by-100-foot rink. San Jose Sharks defenceman Dan Boyle watched from the stands as his teammates struggled. "It was tough to watch, it was frustrating," Boyle said. "Even though every player on that team deserved to be there and was great, sometimes you need certain things and thats where different guys come into play. I just thought we lacked some things." Eight years removed from that debacle and four years after winning Olympic gold in Vancouver on NHL-sized 200-by-85-foot ice, Hockey Canada is determined to learn from what went wrong without abandoning its style. "One of the critical things is to continue to play the Canadian game and not adjust to some of the spaces that suddenly arise," coaching consultant and former Edmonton Oilers coach Ralph Krueger said. "But you need to make sure that you dont change your game or make too many adjustments that will weaken what makes Canada strong." What makes Canada strong, Yzerman and the coaching staff hope, is speed and agility. Perhaps thats part of what the 2006 group was lacking. Judging by the comments of those in charge of making up the 2014 roster, it doesnt sound like thatll be a problem this time around, even if its at the expense of some players who won gold four years ago. "The biggest lesson is foot speed, for all players. 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"Hockey sense is probably the most important aspect a guy can have, particularly plaaying at a really high level, playing with good players around you.dddddddddddd" If it were all about speed, Taylor Hall of the Oilers, Marty St. Louis of the Tampa Bay Lightning and Kris Letang of the Pittsburgh Penguins would be locks. "I think Id be a great player on big ice," Hall said. "Ive always felt that the big ice would certainly be good for my kind of game. Hopefully they see that, too. I think theyre going to really determine their team on what its like to play on big ice." Boyle, who played in Sweden during the 2004-05 lockout, knows its about more than just racing up and down the ice. "Youve got to be able to skate, but your angles are a little bit different," he said. "Whether youre a forward or defenceman I think the angling out there is a little bit different." Thats where hockey sense comes in. Because of the high cost of insurance, coach Mike Babcock had to get creative, putting players through ball-hockey walkthroughs on a boarded-up international-sized rink at Canada Olympic Park. What that exercise allowed players to see was the amount of space theyll have to work with. But assistant coach Ken Hitchcock also wants players not to feel like the bigger ice gives them room to play slower. "I think the sucker play is you have more space, you have more time, so the tendency is to take more time," the St. Louis Blues coach said. "Its the big mistake. When we play well as Canadians, we play fast defensively and even faster offensively. Its the sucker play if you make that mistake on big ice, you end up being slow and you get covered over quickly, defensively." Having experience on big ice could be valuable, especially for defencemen. Marc Methot of the Ottawa Senators represented Canada at the world championships in 2012 and 10 players from the 2013 team are at camp. 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