Storm forward Ryan Hoffman is looking at a fourth victory lap on Grand Final day on October 5 to bring to an end his 11 seasons in Melbourne.
Melbourne have turned their season around, and are looking to avoid repeating the disappointment of 2013 with a big finish this season.
Storm coach Craig Bellamy believes his side can make a charge from the bottom half of the top eight following their 30-8 win over Brisbane.
The broken arm suffered in Origin I may prove to be the blessing in disguise for Cooper Cronk to spearhead another Melbourne Storm title shot.
Storm halfback Cooper Cronk set up three tries and had scored one of his own to steer the Melbourne Storm to a 30-8 victory over the Broncos at Suncorp Stadium.
Oh the irony, in the week that Broncos coach Anthony Griffin is given notice, three of his finest former pupils return to try to rub salt into the wound.
He has gone through his ups and downs this season but the last six weeks has shown that the sky is the limit for Storm centre Mahe Fonua.
The Melbourne Storm know the Broncos will be fired up in their first match since the announcement coach Anthony Griffin will be replaced at the end of the year.
Melbourne are preparing for an unpredictable Brisbane team when the two sides lock horns at Suncorp Stadium on Friday night.
Consistent NRL performer Jesse Bromwich celebrates a deserving 100-game milestone on Friday when he runs out for the Storm against the Broncos in Brisbane.