The Blackhawks' second line might get its third different look in as many games when the team plays the Winnipeg Jets on Thursday at the United Center. Coach Joel Quenneville had Daniel Carcillo, who missed the first two games of the season while serving a suspension, practicing Monday with Patrick Kane and Marian Hossa. ''He's excited about the opportunity of playing, and I think finding out who he was with, he's a little bit more excited,'' Quenneville said. Carcillo's excitability is why he was serving the suspension in the first place. He was suspended for yelling at officials during the playoffs last season as a member of the Philadelphia Flyers. But Carcillo was making no apologies for his approach. ''The way I play, I have to bring what I bring every night, no matter who I'm playing with,'' Carcillo said. ''I don't know how I'm going to feel out there. I'm just trying to keep it as sane as possible right now, keep it simple, not think too far ahead. When game day comes, I'll be ready.''