Before the game Huet was 1-1-1 with 2.60 and .907%. Khabby was at 1-1-1 with 2.62 and .914.
I'd imagine they'd probably continue to split time for a while. Personally, I think Khabibulin is the better net-minder when he decides he wants to be. And before the trade deadline, of them has to go somewhere, especially when you consider how high the hopes are in Chicago for a playoff berth this year. I can't see them keeping both, plus they got Corey Crawford, and apparently Antii Niemi (did I spell that correctly?) waiting in the wings. So, to be specific, I'd say starter: no, working towards it: yes.