1998, ROUND 1 - STORM 14-12 STEELERS
Inspired by their veteran skipper Glenn Lazarus, the Storm mark their debut in the NRL with a winning start in Wollongong thanks to a brace of tries from Scott Hill and Craig Smith doing the work with the boot.
1999, PRELIMINARY FINAL - STORM 18-16 EELS
On the verge of a Grand Final berth in just their second season, the Storm lift after trailing the Eels 16-6 at half-time, turning the screws on the Eels until a late try to hooker Richard Swain completes the comeback and sends Melbourne into the big one.
2003, ROUND 1 - STORM 36-32 SHARKS
In this epic encounter at the start of the 2003 season, the Sharks shock the Storm by running out to a 22-point lead. But the Melbourne side refuse to lie down and mount a stunning comeback, with a jubilant Matt Geyer capitalising on a Sharks error in the dying moments to streak away for the winning try.
2003, ROUND 26 - STORM 40-10 SEA EAGLES
It was Cameron Smith and Billy Slater's breakthrough season for the Storm, but in this clash with bitter rivals the Sea Eagles it proved be a tale of the halves; with five-eighth Matt Geyer scoring two tries, whilst halfback Matt Orford kicked four goals to claim the biggest ever win against their familiar foes.
2006, PRELIMINARY FINAL - STORM 24-10 DRAGONS
A confident Storm quickly assume control of the encounter, scoring two first half tries; the first through the powerful running of young-gun Greg Inglis, the second by Matt King, rising high to gather a Cooper Cronk kick. Two further tries in the second half by Steve Turner and Antonio Kaufusi seal the victory.