Captain Kieran Read wants New Zealand's newcomers to follow his example against a resurgent South Africa in the Rugby Championship on Saturday.
In Canberra, Australia scored five second-half tries to rally to its first victory of this year's Rugby Championship with a 45-20 win over Argentina.
He will also name 28 players for the match against the Springboks in Cape Town the following week, meaning some of his squad will only travel to Argentina and others only to South Africa.
With the backline standing slightly deeper than they have in recent weeks, the All Blacks eliminated numerous handling errors that had been plaguing them.
"I think the scoreboard would probably make people think that it's not still a rivalry, but it definitely is", Hansen told reporters at a press conference in Auckland.
"We started a bit jittery".
"We were pretty clear with how we wanted to play and a lot of things came off".
South African head coach Allister Coetzee and Eben Etzebeth looking glum after the record 57-0 loss to the All Blacks.
"From every failure and disappointment you do learn", he said. "We felt we were on top and dominated collisions and one pass goes astray and you're under the poles".
"It's tough. Obviously disappointing. They were too good", he said.
Milner Skudder opened the All Blacks' second-half account in the 53rd minute with his 11th try in 10 Tests, before the floodgates reopened in the last 17 minutes, Ofa Tu'ungafasi, Lima Sopoaga and Codie Taylor all dotting down after entering the fray from the bench.
Barrett's attacking master-class helped the All Blacks score four tries to take a 31-0 lead by halftime. Nehe (Milner-Skudder) scored that try in the corner and we walked back and you always know that it's not a good feeling when you're not trying to get back (quickly).
A South African rugby great has already conceded defeat to the All Blacks in Cape Town, even though the game is almost three weeks away.
Jean-Luc du Preez (South Africa): Kriel has been pivotal at the breakdown and in defence for the Springboks and Du Preez will need to replicate that contribution if his absence is not to have a telling impact.
They won penalties off the first two scrums, stole the All Blacks' first line out and drove through holes close to the ruck.
Another infringement then gave Elton Jantjies a chance to put his team into the lead from the tee.
"A B-plus or an A-minus", Hansen said when asked to assess the All Blacks' performances on their own patch this year.
Coles was on hand again to play the link man between Ioane and Retallick.