Nope. We'd have to release him for the KHL to even make an offer. Theres a standing agreement between the leagues that we won't offer currently contracted KHL players contracts and vice versa. Im pretty sure (not positive) that if it didnt work out, the only way we could get rid of him is via waivers, but I assume the money would still count towards the cap.
IE Radulov was RFA after this season, the KHL signed him and Nashville didnt make him a qualifying offer.
That agreement isn't worth sh!t. Especially if the NHL doesn't go to Sochi.