With Warren Gatland having made 22 changes to the squad from the 30-15 defeat to the All Blacks at Eden Park, numerous Lions players that didn't feature in Auckland will gear up to take on the Hurricanes.
Hansen also said hooker Dane Coles was free of concussion symptoms but there was no chance he would play against the Lions as he lacked match conditioning.
"And the All Blacks haven't exactly played champagne rugby and thrown the ball all over the place".
"We felt that we could hurt them if we could get in there (behind the defensive line) and take away their line speed", Hansen said.
We know what to expect for next week.
"That was disappointing. The All Blacks sacked our mauls very well; we need to negate that". And there was one scrum that's caught us as well.
The first half at Eden Park was a tight affair, but the British and Irish Lions were not able to capitalise on their opportunities in the second period.
Barrett's first attempt at goal was a good one and Steve Hansen's side soon had the opening try, with Taylor picking the ball off his toes to go over in the corner.
He scored again in the 70th minute to make it 30-8 - and put the game beyond doubt, though the Lions hit back with a late try to Rhys Webb.
Apart from 1989 in Australia - then and now the softest of the tourists' venues - no Lions have won the series after falling one-nil behind.
Apart from Lawes and Henderson the presence of Jack Nowell at full-back suggests that another clever, whole-hearted showing could propel him on to the bench for the test. As coaches and leaders we'll figure out what we need to do.
"Once we really looked after the ball and stopped trying to offload and do the stuff we're known to do we built some real pressure by doing that time after time".
"Maybe they'll look at changing that, so we'll have to get better at the breakdown - but that comes with some disadvantages (for them) too".
New Zealand's ferocity in the forward exchanges, based on a powerful scrum and the combined brilliance of lock Brodie Retallick, flanker Sam Cane and number eight Kieran Read left the Lions reeling.
Replacements: Nathan Harris, Wyatt Crockett, Charlie Faumuina, Scott Barrett, Ardie Savea, TJ Perenara, Aaron Cruden/Lima Sopoaga, Anton Lienert-Brown.
Bench: 16 Kristian Dacey, 17 Alan Dell, 18 Tomas Francis, 19 Cory Hill, 20 George Kruis, 21 Gareth Davies, 22 Finn Russell, 23 Jared Payne.
Replacements: K Owens (Wales), J McGrath (Ireland), K Sinckler (England), M Itoje (England), S Warburton (Wales), R Webb (Wales), J Sexton (Ireland), L Halfpenny (Wales).