While holding the Warriors to nil was the most pleasing aspect of the win for Craig Bellamy, players and fans alike were glad to see Melbourne's attack click.
There was plenty of drama, controversy, injuries and some massive scores in Round 8 of the NRL Telstra Premiership. Here are the main talking points.
Suliasi Vunivalu's dream run continues, Tohu Harris stars and the Storm attack clicks into gear. The five key points to come from Melbourne's big win.
The Melbourne Storm have concluded Round 8 with an emphatic 42-0 thrashing of the Warriors at AAMI Park on Monday night.
Felise Kaufusi is out of the Storm line-up for Monday night's clash with the Warriors, with Melbourne naming a reshuffled side.
In the lead up to the Storm's Anzac Day clash with the Warriors, Melbourne forwards Dale Finucane and Kenny Bromwich understand the bigger picture on April 25.
Storm coach Craig Bellamy is hopeful winger Marika Koroibete will remain at the club, with the Fijian Flyer likely to field other offers for his services.
Cameron Smith says for the Melbourne Storm, the annual Anzac Day clash with the Warriors is worth more than just a win.
The Storm and Warriors line up on ANZAC day for the seventh time and this hotly contested fixture usually is decided by six points or less.
His club teammates may be chasing the Anzac Test but Storm lock Dale Finucane is focused on regaining a Country Origin jersey in Rep Round.