Toymaker Hasbro may have taken a harder-than-anticipated hit via Toys R Us’ store closures which quarter, although the problem shouldn’t linger from the year ahead, Chairman as well as CEO Brian Goldner told in a Monday interview.

“Brands which had been supported for years by Toys R Us clearly were impacted,” Goldner acknowledged on “Mad Money,” citing stalwart brands like Nerf which got dinged when Toys R Us gutted its store inventory.

although the first fiscal quarter of 2019 will be the last investors hear of the Toys R Us woes as Hasbro finally annualizes the last quarter in which which shipped Toys R Us product, the CEO told’s Jim Cramer.

“We see which as a disruption as well as an interruption in our growth, although as we go forward, we’re absolutely confident which we get back to the growth trajectory which we had been on over numerous years,” Goldner said.

Goldner reminded viewers which, via 2012 to 2017, Hasbro’s revenue grew by 5 percent, on average. Beyond which, the company delivered double-digit net earnings growth as well as expanded its operating margin, “all before the Toys R Us bankruptcy,” he said.

“The industry has been growing over the last number of years. Obviously, which went backward last year,” he said. “As we move forward, 2019 can be all about growth as well as expansion of operating profit margin, completely new initiatives as well as innovations, an incredible entertainment slate led by our own brands.”

from the last year, Hasbro has been cleaning up its global inventories as well as bolstering its digital wares with numerous esports initiatives, including an online game based on Magic: The Gathering as well as partnerships with gaming sensations Fortnite as well as Overwatch.

“As we get into the fall, we’re going to have more proprietary innovation, as well as, frankly, innovations which we aren’t going to present quite as early as we used to” from the digital gaming arena, Goldner said, explaining which Hasbro wanted to ensure which which wasn’t sharing innovation “too early … because which’s a very competitive category.”

as well as when which comes to competition via fellow toymakers like Mattel, which caused a stir by outperforming on earnings which quarter versus Hasbro, the CEO simply said which his industry can be “not a zero-sum game.”

“We’ve seen the industry grow,” Goldner said. “The projections are low to mid-single-digit growth. We’ve said we can grow mid-single digits as we move forward over time, as well as double-digit earnings are what we’ve been able to create, so we’re very excited about what we have, the lineup which we have, our partners at Disney, an amazing array of completely new initiatives coming via them as well as movies via Avengers into a completely new Star Wars as well as, of course, Frozen.”

Shares of Hasbro dipped slightly in Monday’s trading session, settling down 0.57 percent at $88.88.