11/6/17 | 1:35PM: Larry Brooks tweets that the Rangers retain the rights to Beregalazov, who is under contract to the Rangers organization next season.
1:23PM: Alexei Bereglazov loaned to Magnitogorsk of the KHL, according to Larry Brooks.
If Bereglazov has been loaned to the KHL then the Rangers would likely retain his rights and he would continue to be a member of the organization.
11:46AM: Igor Eronko tweets that the coach of Magnitogorsk has said Bereglazov will return to the KHL.
In an interview with Sports-Express, the coach said that he hopes Beregalzov will return to his team.
10/28/17 | 6:58PM: Larry Brooks writes that Bereglazov is contemplating using his out clause to return to Russia. (NY Post)
So far this season, Bereglazov has played in 8 games for Hartford, has 2 assists, a minus one rating, 8 PIM and 10 shots on goal.
Earlier in October, Corey Pronman wrote that Beregalzov's mobility limits him at times but he is close to being NHL ready. (The Athletic)
Gordie Clark said that the Rangers were tipped off about Bereglazov by his coaches in Russia, Mike Pelino and Mike Keenan and that Nick Bobrov, the Rangers head of Euro scouting, watched him a lot before he was signed. (NYR)
For more on Bereglazov and previous reports about him possibly returning to Russia, click HERE.
Adam Rotter: At this point, with no indication of a promotion to the Rangers anywhere on the horizon, it wouldn't be surprising to see him return to Russia. He's down on the depth chart behind the 7 guys currently with the Rangers, Anthony DeAngelo and probably Neal Pionk & Ryan Graves. I had hoped that he would stay in Hartford at least a month, rather than return to Russia right after training camp, and he has but as things move closer to the Olympics a return to Russia seems much more likely.