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When I got out of the box, I wanted to redeem myself -- and luckily I got the chance to." Roy pounced on the rebound of a shot from Kevin Shattenkirk to give the Blues a 2-1 lead at 7:02. "I think he felt better about himself," St. Louis coach Ken Hitchcock said of Roy. "His goal seemed to energize us." Just more than 2 minutes later, Backes scored a power-play goal on a wrist shot from the top of the circle. Paajarvi increased the advantage to 4-1 with his second of the season, capping a three-goal burst in 7:57. "It was a huge period for us," Paajarvi said. "The whole team really came back to its game." St. Louis was 3 for 6 on the power play after managing one goal in its previous 10 chances. "The power-play goals really put us in a hole," New York centre John Tavares said. "Its the same thing again. (Were) just not good enough." St. Louis power play struggled in back-to-back losses to San Jose and Los Angeles, the teams first two-game regulation losing skid of the season. 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New York started a five-game road swing that will end Dec. 12 in Phoenix. ... Paajarvi was back in the lineup after missing the previous game with the flu. ... St. Louis won the previous meeting between the teams 5-1 on Feb. 16, 2012. ... The Blues killed off 15 successive penalties at home before MacDonalds power-play goal in the second period. Philadelphia Phillies Jerseys . Hamilton signed offensive linemen Mike Filer, Joel Reinders, Landon Rice and Carson Rockhill. Pete Rose Jersey . 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McKinnie, who is listed at 6-foot-8 and 352 pounds but might be bigger, started all four post-season games a year ago at left tackle for the Super Bowl champion Ravens. He also started the first five games this season, then he was benched in favour of Eugene Monroe and has since been inactive for the first time in his career. "I appreciate my time in Baltimore & winning a ring along the way," McKinnie tweeted. "Now time to move on." Coincidentally, McKinnies final game for the Ravens came when they beat Miami. "Hes a really good player," said Dolphins defensive end Olivier Vernon, who butted heads with McKinnie. "Hes a big guy. Thats a lot of man right there. He held his point really good against us when we played them, so itll be a great addition to the team." The Dolphins (3-3) havent won in a month. In the past three games, theyve allowed 12 sacks and committed seven turnovers -- all by harried quarterback Ryan Tannehill. The teams downward spiral threatens to gain momentum with the next two games against division leaders New England and Cincinnati. "Were realistic in where were at," receiver Brian Hartline said. "We understand the drop-off weve had. But were still alive; were not a dead team." Poor pass protection for Tannehill has put playoff prospects in jeopardy, however. Greg Luzinski Jersey. . He leads the NFL with 26 sacks, and his fumble when sacked by Mario Williams in the closing minutes led to a Bills field goal that gave them a 23-21 victory. Williams used a power rush on the play to beat Clabo, who took the blame. The timing of the deal hints at the Dolphins desperation for pass-blocking help. They havent swung an in-season trade since Sept. 29, 2009, when they acquired quarterback Tyler Thigpen from Kansas City for a fifth-round draft pick. Coach Joe Philbin resisted any temptation to shake up the offensive line when the team had a bye before the Buffalo loss. His day-after-the-game media session Monday took place before news of the trade surfaced. "Its a good move for us, good move for Bryant," Ravens coach John Harbaugh said. "He is a proven and experienced player who will be a great addition to the offensive line," Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland said in a statement. To make room on the roster for McKinnie, Miami waived linebacker Josh Kaddu. McKinnie played for the Vikings in 2002-10 and made the Pro Bowl in 2009. Last season, he came off the bench for the Ravens during the regular season, then was a key figure in their run to the Super Bowl title. But he missed the first day of training camp this summer for being overweight and struggled thereafter. The trade means a homecoming of sorts for McKinnie, who won the Outland Trophy with the 2001 national champion Miami Hurricanes. Vernon also played for the Hurricanes, but said he didnt remember McKinnie as a collegian. "Nah," Vernon said. "That was when I was a little kid, man." 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