The Montreal Alouettes announced on Tuesday that quarterback Anthony Calvillo suffered a concussion during Saturdays game against the Saskatchewan Roughriders. . The team said that Calvillo, who turns 41 on Friday, is resting at home. General manager and head coach Jim Popp said he hopes Calvillo will be able to return to work next week. In other Alouettes news, Brandon Whitaker (shoulder) says he will not play this week but is getting close to returning. Bryn Roy (knee) and Martin Bedard (separated shoulder) will both be placed on the nine-game injured list. The team also said that Anwar Stewart, who was signed to the practice roster on Aug. 13, will be activated and play Thursday against the B.C. Lions. - with files from TSN Montreal reporter John Lu . Particularly when speaking in the stadium of Tuesdays opponent: Manchester City. "Maybe they dont fear us as before," Pique said on Monday, "because in the last two years we didnt win the Champions League. . - Christophe Lalancette scored a third-period goal and added the shootout winner to lead the Drummondville Voltigeurs to a 5-4 win over the Quebec Remparts in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League play on Sunday.WHAKATANE, New Zealand -- Canadas womens rugby team finished its three-test tour of New Zealand with a 33-21 loss to the Black Ferns on Saturday. After defeating Australia last Thursday, Canada completed their series with two straight losses to the defending World Cup champions. The match was Canadas final tune-up before this summers Womens Rugby World Cup in France. Canada opens pool play against Spain on Aug. 1. New Zealand jumped out to an early 26-0 lead before fullback Elissa Alarie intercepted a pass at the Canadian 22-metre line and went the length of the pitch for Canadas first points off the match. . The conversion from Magali Harvey made it a 26-7 score at the half. New Zealand opened the second half with a try just three minutes in, reclaiming the 26-point lead. Harvey, who also plays on Canadas sevens team, then showed off her speed and footwork beating two defenders down the sideline to bring Canada within 19 points. With head coach Francois Ratier making six second-half substitutions, Canada was able to put some charge forward. Hilary Leith touched down for her first try of the tour and Harveys third conversion of the match made it a 33-21 game. ' ' '