David Krejčí is currently training with HC Olomouc, which is basically alma-mater of his hockey career (he played there as a child). As for his lockout options, he plans to start the season in Czech Republic. If the lockout lasted whole season, he would consider finishing rest of it somewhere behind the borders.
Tomáš Plekanec is planning on spending the season with his hometown team Kladno. He said that: “We talked about it a bit with Jágr… well, talked, he told me I am playing for him (laughs).” (Jágr is an owner of the team)
Roman Červenka, who is about to play his first NHL season after ruling KHL for quite some time, is now preparing with HC Slavia Praha, where his career started. Right now he isn’t really planning anything, but admits that he’d be happy to play a few games for Slavia.
You may not know this, but KHL is not an option for majority of NHLers. There is a limit for number of foreigners (five) in every Russian club and majority of teams already has their foreign five completed.
This limit doesn’t exist for clubs located outside Russia - HC Lev Praha, HC Slovan Bratislava, Donbass Doneck, Barys Astana and Dynamo Riga.
As for HC Lev Praha, GM Normunds Sejejs admits that they are considering contacting four players, but are willing to play two at most, because of the possibility of players leaving in the middle of the season.