GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Down two goals in the second period and looking sluggish in the final game of a grueling Western trip, the Philadelphia Flyers got a spark from Jay Rosehill. Rosehill dropped his gloves and challenged Paul Bissonnette, who obliged in what turned into a lengthy, two-round, blow-filled fight in front of the Philadelphia bench. The Flyers were a different team the rest of the way, as Jakub Voracek scored the winner with 8:08 left and the Philadelphia finished with four unanswered goals in a 5-3 victory over the Phoenix Coyotes on Saturday night. "I thought it was a great job from Rosie," Flyers coach Craig Berube said. "Hes very smart at that. He picks the right spots and hes very good at his job." Scott Hartnell, Brayden Schenn and Wayne Simmonds also scored for the Flyers and Claude Giroux added an empty-net goal with 30 seconds left. Steve Mason made several difficult saves late to preserve Philadelphias fourth win in five games out West. "I thought this trip changed our road mentality a little bit," Berube said. "We discussed and talked about a lot of the little things we have to do on the road to win hockey games." The little things are ailing the Coyotes, with Mike Smith struggling in goal again in a mistake-filled performance that left coach Dave Tippett lamenting "inconsistent" play and not ruling out roster changes. "Were at the halfway mark and Im sure (GM) Don (Maloney) and I will talk the next couple days," Tippett said. "Weve got to evaluate where we are and where we want to get to." Rob Klinkhammer, Lauri Korpikoski and Mikkel Boedker scored for the Coyotes, who led 3-1 late in the second period but couldnt hold on to spoil captain Shane Doans return from a rare illness. Simmonds tied it with 15:38 left when he knocked in a rebound on the power play for his team-high 14th goal and his ninth in as many games. Then Keith Yandles turnover in his own zone proved costly in Phoenixs second straight loss. Voracek collected the puck and beat Smith between the legs with a wrist shot. Philadelphia killed a late power play as Mason stopped 26 shots. The Coyotes struggled defensively as they played without one of their top defenceman, Oliver Ekman-Larsson, who was injured Thursday on a hit by Columbus Derek MacKenzie that earned him a three-game suspension. Not even Doans return from Rocky Mountain Fever could spark Phoenix. Doan last played Dec. 4 before he started getting headaches, joint pain and severe fatigue. He was eventually diagnosed with the rare disorder that affects the lining of blood cells and is often contracted from bites by ticks. Doan looked a step slow at times and his shifts were short. He logged 18:38 of ice time and his line failed to muster many scoring chances. "He was all right," Tippett said. "He probably played a few more minutes that I had planned on." After a scoreless first period in which the Coyotes went 0 for 3 on the power play, the teams combined for three goals in a 1:42 stretch early in the second. Klinkhammer and Korpikoski scored just over a minute apart to make it 2-0 Phoenix amid shaky back line play by the Flyers. Berube immediately called a timeout, and the Flyers responded 17 seconds later when Hartnell beat Smith on the glove side to extend his points streak to seven games. But the Coyotes answered again at 6:47. Catching the Flyers on a line change, Yandle threaded a pass to Boedker at the blue line, and he skated in alone on a breakaway for his career-high 12th goal. "These are games that in the past we would have played smart enough and our whole thing would have been sound enough where Philly felt like they played a really good game but didnt win," Tippett said. "We havent had that feeling enough this year yet." Shortly after the fight, the Flyers got within 3-2 with 2:45 left in the second period when Brayden Schenn banged in Vincent Lecavaliers no-look pass from behind the net. The comeback had begun. "I think if someone told us before the road trip that we would get eight points we would take it right away," Voracek said. "Its a huge win for us." NOTES: Tippett said it was up to Bissonnette on whether to engage Rosehill "Its his call, not mine," Tippett said. . Tippett said Ekman-Larsson playing Tuesday vs. Calgary is "certainly a possibility.". Michael Raffl (concussion) and Matt Read (upper body) sat out for Philadelphia. . Hartnell has 28 career goals against the Coyotes. ... The Flyers were returning home after the game, they play another road game Tuesday at New Jersey. Texas Rangers Pro Shop .C. United on Wednesday night. Forward Bright Dike scored the games only goal in the 85th minute on a foggy night in Bradenton, Fla. Jesse Biddle Jersey . 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Duffy worked six innings of one-hit ball coming off a pair of poor outings and Alex Gordon homered to start a breakout three-run seventh for the Kansas City Royals in a 6-0 victory over the suddenly punchless defending NL champs on Monday night. "I told him, You didnt throw a great game, you pitched a great game," manager Ned Yost said. "He was just right on top of his game." The Royals had just two singles off Shelby Miller (6-5) in a game that had been scoreless before they opened the seventh with four straight hits. Gordons fifth homer ended a 15-inning scoreless drought and Mike Moustakas capped the rally with a two-run double. "I felt good early on," Miller said. "I felt like I just kind of gave the game away in the seventh. Its just frustrating." Matt Holliday had two singles and a walk for the Cardinals, who have been shut out in consecutive games at home and have single-digit hit totals the last four games. Theyre just 2-6 with one game to go on a nine-game home stand. "Its a long season. Youre going to have those times," said Yadier Molina, who is 2 for 21 during the home stand. "We know were good hitters." Between Hollidays single with two outs in the first and his single leading off the seventh, the Cardinals were 0 for 17 with a walk -- also by Holliday in the fourth. Coming off an 8-0 loss to San Francisco on Sunday, the Cardinals were shut out two straight times at home for the first time since 1992 against Pittsburgh, and by six or more runs at home in two straight games since dropping a doubleheader to the Reds in 1937. "Weve had lots of meetings, weve had the conversations we needed to have," manager Mike Matheny said. "What were doing right now isnt going to work and they know that. We all do." Duffy (3-5) struck out five and walked one, rebounding from consecutive losses in which he surrendered 10 earned runs in 10 innings. 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Lorenzo Cain beat out an infield hit unsuccessfully challenged by the Cardinals and Miller threw his second wild pitch of the inning after a visit from pitching coach Derek Lilliquist, setting up Moustakas double. Kansas City added three in the eighth. Cardinals rookie centre fielder Randal Grichuk struck out three times and whiffed fielding the ball on the RBI single by Salvador Perez, allowing a second run to score. NOTES: Holliday has reached safely in all 29 home games. .. The Cardinals anticipate pitcher Lance Lynn, who underwent medical tests after tweaking his right knee Sunday, will make his next start. ... Cardinals pitching prospect Marco Gonzales, a first-round pick last year, and teammates from Double-A Springfield attended the game on a day off. ... The Royals claimed RHP Blake Wood on waivers from Cleveland and assigned him to Triple-A Omaha, making room on the 40-man roster by transferring RHP Luke Hochevar (elbow surgery) from the 15-day DL to the 60-day DL. Kansas City also purchased the contract of RHP Wilking Rodriguez, optioned RHP Louis Coleman to Omaha and designed LHP Justin Marks for assignment. ... The Royals are 5-1 in interleague play. ' ' '