Lightning Made Training Center

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The Lightning Made Training Center (LMTC) is an indoor community center operated by the Tampa Bay Lightning. The facility includes; (1) - 60'x30' Ball Hockey Rink, (1) - 60'x30' Synthetic Ice Sheet and a flexible space that is used for fitness training and birthday parties!

At the LMTC, Lightning Alumni & Staff run ball hockey leagues for youth/adults, camps and synthetic ice training programs. The facility is perfect for birthday parties, corporate outings, and is rented to local hockey teams for training.

Address: 6910 Asphalt Ave, Unit B Tampa, FL 33614



Multi-Sport Summer Camp

Looking for a summer camp for your child? The Lightning Made Training Center has your answer! Join our 5-day multi-sport camp with a focus on ball hockey! Camp will be for children who are currently in 1st grade through 8th grade. We divide the kids into three different groups which include 1st - 2nd graders, 3rd - 5th graders, and 6th - 8th graders. We will have a variety of sports, crafts, and entertainment for the kids to enjoy all day at camp! We will be playing ball hockey and a new sport each day. Groups will rotate through different stations from inside to outside so they can get the most out of their Summer Break.

Upcoming Camps

June Camp - June 17th - 21st

July Camp - July 15th - 19th


Little Bolts Ball Hockey Program

The Little Bolts ball hockey initiative aims to be the gold standard for youth ball hockey programs with the goal of inspiring more families to join the hockey community. Little Bolts ball hockey changes the way youth hockey is offered by providing first time participants their first hockey stick and ball as well as weekly sessions of age appropriate instruction in a fun and safe atmosphere. This program is offered for ages 3-5 and will be held on Saturdays!

Upcoming Sessions

Summer Session - Begins June 8th

Fall Session - Begins September 7th

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Youth Ball Hockey League/Clinics

Lightning staff and alumni run a ball hockey league for all skill levels/ages. These leagues have 4 divisions; 7U (ages 5-7), 10U, 13U, and 17U. These leagues run on Sundays and are 1 hour long. The hour consists of ball hockey drills and ends with a game.

Upcoming Leagues

Summer Session - Begins June 9th

Fall Session - Begins September 8th


High School Ball Hockey League/Clinics

Lightning staff and alumni run a ball hockey league for high school students of all skill levels. This league is for 9th - 12th graders. This league runs on Thursdays and game times are either at 6:30-7:30pm or 7:45-8:45pm. The hour consists of a 25 minute practice and ends with a 30 minute game.

Upcoming Leagues

Summer Session - Begins June 9th

Fall Session - Begins September 8th

Adult Ball Hockey

Adult Ball Hockey League/Pick-Ups (18+)

The Lightning Made Training Center offers a 3v3 adult ball hockey league for all skill levels. This league has 2 divisions; Competitive & Recreational. This league runs on Tuesdays starting at 6:30pm. The game format is 3 periods, 15 minutes each and is a running clock.

Upcoming Leagues

Summer Season - Begins June 18th

Fall Season - Begins September 10th


Birthday Parties

The Tampa Bay Lightning host birthday parties at the Training Center. All birthday parties include equipment to play ball hockey along with various other sports that can be played. Don't miss your chance to have an unforgettable birthday. For more information on pricing and to book your party register below.


Synthetic Ice Rink Rental

Is ice hard to come by? Looking to get faster, stronger, and more powerful? The Lightning Made Training Center may just have the solution for you or your team! For just $125 an hour utilize everything our facility has to offer. Get better hands on our 60’x30’ ball hockey rink, sharpen your skating or fine tune your shot on our 60’x30’ synthetic ice, and start training your body off the ice with our gym area. Look to make the off-season count and continue to get better each game.

For more information reach out to Jordan McKenzie at