New Zealand scored nine tries on their way to a 63-0 win over Canada in their second Pool B game in Oita at the Rugby World Cup.
All three of the Barrett brothers, Beauden, Jordie and Scott touched down for the All Blacks, who are aiming for a third consecutive World Cup title.
New Zealand head coach Steve Hansen made 11 changes from the win over South Africa.
It only took the All Blacks five minutes to score their first try when they were awarded a penalty try.
Jordie Barrett, Sonny Bill Williams and Beauden Barrett added tries in the first half to give the defending champions a 28-0 lead at the break.
Brad Weber scored two tries in the second half, while Rieko Ioane, Scott Barrett and Shannon Frizell also crossed over.
New Zealand have never lost a pool game at a World Cup, which now stretches to 30 matches.