Three Barretts in All Black squad
NEWS: The All Blacks named two new players Sunday for next month's Northern Hemisphere tour and included three Barrett brothers in their travelling squad.
New Zealand are looking to extend their record winning streak, which currently stands at a world record 18 matches.
The 36-man squad to play Tests against Ireland in the United States, against Italy, against Ireland in Dublin and France, also includes the return of disgraced scrumhalf Aaron Smith.
A day after beating Australia 37-10 to set a new benchmark for 18 consecutive victories, coach Steve Hansen said the tour was a chance to extend the record.
"We've got a great opportunity to build on what we've done so far, going into a new environment. The Northern Hemisphere's a totally different place to play rugby," he said when naming the touring party.
"It will challenge us and ask us to grow our game in ways and will give us the opportunity to continue to blend this group of young talent with the more experienced group. This will allow our game to continue to improve."
The uncapped All Blacks are Highlanders hooker Liam Coltman and 19-year-old Rieko Ioane, who has graduated from the New Zealand Olympic Sevens team.
Jordie Barrett, the 19-year-old younger brother of 46-Test flyhalf Beauden Barrett, has been named as an "apprentice" to experience the pressures of being an All Black.
Hansen said the apprentice scheme, previously used with Ardie Savea in 2013, had "huge benefits" with Jordie Barrett, a fullback, destined to be an All Black in future.
"He is an outstanding prospect and has a big future in the game," Hansen said.
A third Barrett brother, Scott, will travel as cover for lock Sam Whitelock, who could be sidelined for three weeks with an ankle injury suffered in Saturday's Test against Australia.
The playing squad was largely predictable, including the return of loose forward Steven Luatua who played 14 Tests in 2013-2014 and who was in stand-out form for the Auckland Blues this year.
Scrumhalf Smith returns after missing the last two Tests after an airport toilet tryst with a woman which New Zealand Rugby deemed "serious misconduct".
Coltman, who has provided injury cover for the All Blacks in the past, is officially selected for the first time with previous Test hookers Nathan Harris and James Parsons not considered because of injury.
Sonny Bill Williams, Charlie Ngatai and Nehe Milner-Skudder were also not considered because of injuries.
The squad, which will again be captained by Kieran Read, includes 20 forwards and 16 backs and has a total of 1,157 Test caps experience and an average of 32 caps per player.
New Zealand squad:
Hookers: Dane Coles, Codie Taylor, Liam Coltman
Props: Wyatt Crockett, Charlie Faumuina, Owen Franks, Joe Moody, Ofa Tu'ungafasi
Locks: Brodie Retallick, Luke Romano, Patrick Tuipulotu, Samuel Whitelock
Loose forwards: Sam Cane, Elliot Dixon, Jerome Kaino, Steven Luatua, Kieran Read (captain), Ardie Savea, Liam Squire, Matt Todd
Scrumhalves: Tawera Kerr–Barlow, TJ Perenara, Aaron Smith
Flyhalves: Beauden Barrett, Aaron Cruden, Lima Sopoaga
Centres: Ryan Crotty, Malakai Fekitoa, Anton Lienert-Brown, George Moala
Outside backs: Israel Dagg, Rieko Ioane, Damian McKenzie, Waisake Naholo, Julian Savea, Ben Smith. Scott Barrett will travel as injury cover for Whitelock and Jordie Barrett has been named as an apprentice
November 6: v Ireland in Chicago
November 13: v Italy in Rome
November 20: v Ireland in Dublin
November 27: v France in Paris