But despite such "carousels" the team with 41 points in the asset finished 14 positions in the Premier League.
Huddersfield Town won 25 games during their Championship campaign last season, however, all but three of those wins came by a single goal. "The Premier League is a great competition to be involved in and it is a great opportunity to be working under Frank de Boer once again having been with him at Ajax".
"This was a very poor start for everyone (at Palace)", he said.
Huddersfield's record signing Steve Mounie and Tom Ince are among nine new summer signings hoping to play for the Terriers.
Huddersfield continued to have the better of the proceedings and, after Hennessey had comfortably kept out Philip Billing's long-range drive, the visitors found the net in the Premier League for the first time.
Jorgensen should have made it 3-0 when he was left unmarked at a corner, but the Denmark defender could only direct his header well wide of the target.
Palace did improve after the break and Christian Benteke saw a headed effort well saved by visiting keeper Jonas Lossl 10 minutes after the restart.
It looks like Palace have got themselves a great player in Timothy Fosu-Mensah.
Dann blazed over in Palace's last chance to halve the deficit, with Mounie giving Huddersfield further reason for jubilation as he beat Hennessey's glove from Collin Quaner's pull back.
Both Frank de Boer and David Wagner will be taking charge of their first Premier League games in this match, only the second time in the last 13 seasons that two managers face one another in their maiden games, with the other occurrence coming on last season's opening day between Claude Puel and Walter Mazzarri.
For every way in which it may have been wonderful for Wagner, it would have been a concern for De Boer.
The good news for Hudson, though, is that Terriers boss David Wagner has handed him a role in the newly-promoted club's backroom staff.
- Only one of the eight Dutchmen to manage in the Premier League has won in their first game in the competition (Guus Hiddink).