There are seven new caps in the All Blacks squad for the November tour to Hong Kong, UK and Ireland.
Wellington winger Hosea Gear has been rewarded for his superb national provincial form as has Canterbury's Kieran Read.
The other newcomers in the 35-strong squad are Tasman loosehead prop Ben Franks, Southland prop Jamie Mackintosh, loose forwards Scott Waldrom from Taranaki and Waikato's Liam Messam along with his Wellington team-mate, fullback Cory Jane.
Players returning to the All Blacks after injury include Taranaki lock Jason Eaton and Auckland winger Joe Rokocoko.
Other notable recalls include Canterbury's Corey Flynn and Wellington lock Ross Filipo.
Canterbury's Leon MacDonald and Waikato's Brendon Leonard were not considered for selection due to injury.
The All Blacks play Australia in a Bledisloe Cup test on 1 November and follow it up with games against Scotland, Ireland, Irish side Munster, Wales and England.
Full squad: John Afoa (Auckland), Anthony Boric (North Harbour), Dan Carter (Canterbury), Jimmy Cowan (Southland), Stephen Donald (Waikato), Jason Eaton (Taranaki), Andy Ellis (Canterbury), Ross Filipo (Wellington), Corey Flynn (Canterbury), Ben Franks (Tasman), Hosea Gear (Wellington), Andrew Hore (Taranaki), Cory Jane (Wellington), Richard Kahui (Waikato), Jerome Kaino (Auckland), Richie McCaw (Canterbury, captain), Jamie Mackintosh (Southland), Keven Mealamu (Auckland), Liam Messam (Waikato), Malili Muliaina (Waikato), Ma'a Nonu (Wellington), Kieran Read (Canterbury), Joe Rokocoko (Auckland), Sitiveni Sivivatu (Waikato), Conrad Smith (Wellington), Rodney So'oialo (Wellington), Adam Thomson (Otago), Brad Thorn (Tasman), Neemia Tialata (Wellington), Isaia Toeava (Auckland), Anthony Tuitavake (North Harbour), Piri Weepu (Wellington), Scott Waldrom (Taranaki), Ali Williams (Tasman), Tony Woodcock (North Harbour)