Shares of Hasbro fell more than 6 percent on Monday following concerns that the company had lost its "Jurassic Park" license, but CEO Brian Goldner told Jim Cramer that 2017 could be a better year.
"We are very excited about the lineup for 2017. It's as strong, and probably stronger than 2016," Goldner said.
Hasbro reported a 2-cent earnings beat from a 39-cent expectation from Wall Street analysts and higher than expected sales that were up 10 percent year over year. However, its category aimed at boys grew by just 4 percent, down from double-digits last year.
"We had some headwinds from 'Jurassic Park,' but again a great quarter in categories and we grew in every geography around the world," Goldner said.