Much of hockey-loving Canada was left with the same question after Hockey Night in Canada's 10-hour marathon on Saturday.
Who the hell is P.J. Stock, and has anyone ever absorbed so much air time and said so very little?
But that was but a small blemish on what was a terrific Hall of Fame weekend, with Ron Francis, Al MacInnis, Scott Stevens and Mark Messier to be inducted Monday night, along with builder Jim Gregory.
As soon as that august group is installed, the chatter will almost immediately turn to next year and another intriguing discussion over who deserves to be honoured next.
So let's get ahead of that discussion, shall we?
Well, for starters it's time for a woman. Past time, really, and hopefully they'll get this ball rolling next year. Pick one of Shirley Cameron, Geraldine Heaney, Cammi Granato, Angela James, France St. Louis - whoever.
And for the rest?
Well, Igor Larionov should be a slam dunk. In fact, he should have been inducted this year. Only Mark Messier, really, had greater credentials, and the way in which the Hall of Fame selection process is still shrouded in complete and impenetrable secrecy makes it difficult to understand how the great Russian wasn't selected.
But, happily, his wait should only last a year.
Next, in my mind, should be former Edmonton sniper Glenn Anderson, one of the best big-game scorers in NHL history. There are suggestions personal grudges are behind this peculiar omission, which has gone on for several years, and again, the secret manner in which the votes are tabulated and nominations are made only adds to the speculation.
But Anderson was better than any number of the players who have been voted in recently, notably Bernie Federko and Clark Gillies.
Next year should be the year.
Finally, if you need a builder, then Lou Lamoriello should be your man. Not only has he won three Cups in New Jersey, he built a terrific college program in Providence and built the U.S. squad that stunned Canada at the 1996 World Cup.
Larionov, Anderson and Lamoriello, plus a deserving female. Then you'd have back-to-back outstanding classes of inductees.