This week in Storm history as Cam reaches 300 games.
2004: Melbourne captain Stephen Kearney announces he will play out his career in England after signing with Super League club Hull
2011: Melbourne announce that former Parramatta, Manly and Cronulla prop Jack Afamasaga will join the club immediately after arriving unannounced following a stint with French club Racing Club Lescure Arthes.
2011: Former Melbourne Storm forward Ryan Hoffman agrees to rejoin the club for the next three seasons after spending 2011 at Wigan.
2013: Missing four State of Origin stars, Melbourne are trounced 39-0 by Canterbury in a grand final rematch at ANZ Stadium. Storm coach Craig Bellamy renews calls for changes in the Origin format to reduce the disruption to the NRL competition.
2012: Canterbury are installed as new premiership favourites by TAB Sportsbet following their seven-game winning run and three successive losses by the Melbourne Storm.
2014: Brisbane sign giant Melbourne forward Mitch Garbutt to a three-year contract.
1998: North Sydney hand Melbourne their biggest loss in the NRL competition with a 34-10 result at North Sydney Oval
2011: Canberra are held scoreless at home for the first time in their 30-year history when the Melbourne Storm records a 26-0 shut-out at Canberra Stadium.
2015: The Melbourne Storm provide a fitting celebration of captain Cameron Smith’s 300th first grade game when they crush Penrith 52-10 at AAMI Park.
1999: Melbourne Storm centre Tony Martin suffers shocking facial injuries in a cycling accident.
2000: Melbourne winger Matt Geyer rejects an offer from the Northern Eagles to re-sign with the Storm
2003: Melbourne re-sign NSW Origin prop Robbie Kearns for a further two years.
2010: The Melbourne Storm confirm that five-eighth Brett Finch will join forwards Ryan Hoffman and Jeff Lima at Wigan in 2011 where they will link with former Storm assistant coach Michael Maguire, now Wigan coach.
2003: Brisbane coach Wayne Bennett cheekily declares himself a convert of the golden point rule after the Broncos pip Melbourne 26-22 at Olympic Park. Winger Scott Minto crosses in the third minute of extra-time to secure the win
2004: Melbourne forward Kirk Reynoldson signs a four-year deal with the Newcastle Knights.
2005: Parramatta CEO Denis Fitzgerald also calls for the abolition of the Melbourne Storm and is critical of the decision to play an Origin match in Melbourne in 2005.